MiniMax interventions are therapeutic communication strategies designed to achieve a lot with just a few linguistic tweaks: maximum results for minimal effort. If you want to improve your communication skills in a decisive yet practical way this succinct, accessible book is for you. MiniMax interventions are easy to understand and put into practice. These step-by-step methods can make a huge contribution to helping clients solve their problems and clarify their goals more quickly.
They are tried and tested communication strategies which can be used in an effective way by any therapeutic practitioner, in almost any kind of session; are very subtle (and so do not provoke ‘resistance’); are easy to describe; and can be learned quickly by everybody.
Once you begin to put the strategies into practice, you (and your patients or clients) will discover their profound effect. The book, originally published in German as the bestselling MiniMax-Interventionen: minimale Interventionen mit maximaler Wirkung, is translated by Professor Paul Bishop.
The 15 Mini-Max interventions presented in this innovative new book are aimed, first and foremost, at psychotherapists, counsellors, supervisors, coaches, and organisational consultants.