Practice Guidance

A strengths-based approach to difficult conversations: quick guide

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Introduction

Learning points Ideas for coping with difficult conversations using strengths-based practice. Examples of difficult conversations that might emerge. Taking a strengths-based approach does not exclude the need to engage in difficult conversations. These are conversations in which negative information (bad news) must be delivered in a sensitive manner and strong emotions arise and need to […]

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