Vargas Family Case Study Student’s Name Institution Case Study.The specific concern to which the Vargas family has identified this week is that the wife feels the husband is not listening to her. Despite the spouse (Bob) apologizing nothing much actually changed. Elizabeth (the wife) also agrees that Bob apologized but she feels that the apology was not enough to make the relationship okay. She feels that the apology was a good step for reconciliation but Bob shouldn’t have stopped there he should have listened to her. Bob acknowledges that he listens but he does not know how to fix the issue. Bob thinks that Elizabeth is holding a grudge even after always had my ears Elizabeth. If you didn’t you would have had me apologizing to you. I just want you to give a positive approach to what I do to make you happy! Therapist: Perfect! Bob is ready to listen to you Elizabeth but I would suggest you give him a chance and a positive approach to what he does to make you happy. I am glad that you avoided raising your voices to one another in front of your children! You can both sit down with them and talk to them. References Linda Blair (2016). Why arguing in front of a kid isn’t good for them-or you. Retrieved from http.www.google.com/amp.theguardian.com.2016 [...]
Part 1: Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT): Review the Solution-Focused Brief Therapy Manual located in the topical materials. Identify a specific presenting concern that one of the Vargas family members has identified this week. Create a “transcript” of the session where the therapist uses solution-oriented language to identify a solution to the problem. The transcript should be 500-750-words in length. Use the SFBT Manual transcripts as an example.