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  • 5 MINUTE OVERVIEW
  • 5 MINUTE OVERVIEW
  • 29 times a month he made curfew. That’s great executive fx !
  • I didn’t get my holiday shopping done.
  • Had a terrible time at the theatre last wk’end.
  • Which things aren’t getting done? Why?
  • Which things aren’t getting done?
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    • 1. David D Nowell PhDwww.DrNowell.comSTRATEGIC BEHAVIORAL INQUIRYHow Exactly Did You Do That?5/9/13 MetroWest CHADDmonthly meeting
    • 2. David D Nowell PhDDavidNowellDavidNowellSeminars
    • 3. 5 minute overview
    • 4. 5/9/2013© 2011 David D. Nowell, Ph.D. All rightsreserved.5
    • 5. …and How ExactlyDid You Do That?
    • 6. …and How ExactlyDid You Do That?
    • 7. • What bad habit persists? And How Exactly DoYou Do That?
    • 8. Assumptions of SBI• Everybody’s doing the best they can• Behavior is not incomprehensible or random• Behavior follows patterns which revealthemselves to the curious observer free ofprejudice or blame or theory
    • 9. 5/9/2013© 2011 David D. Nowell, Ph.D. All rightsreserved.10
    • 10. 5/9/2013© 2011 David D. Nowell, Ph.D. All rightsreserved.12
    • 11. Objectives of SBI• Specific behavioral strategy• What was the feeling-goal?• Motivational level on a scale from 1-10
    • 12. 5/9/2013© 2011 David D. Nowell, Ph.D. All rightsreserved.19
    • 13. 5/9/2013© 2011 David D. Nowell, Ph.D. All rightsreserved.20
    • 14. Benefits of SBI• Affirms the value of clients’ unique internalexperience• Emphasizes the culture of self-regulation• Encourages metacognition
    • 15. How to do SBI“How exactly did you do that?”
    • 16. How exactly did you do that?• How (a technology)• Exactly (a precise “recipe,” a sequence ofactions and thoughts and images)• Did (post-mortem)• You (accountability, reality-based)• Do (behavioral, practical)• That (situation-specific)• ? (open, genuinely curious inquiry)
    • 17. ADHD and Insight
    • 18. Fall in Love with the Truth• Self-monitor and collect data:– How long does your morning routinetake, exactly?– How much time – exactly – do you need tocomplete expense forms?– How, exactly, do you follow through oncommitments to others and not to yourself?
    • 19. Yoga / readStaff meetingPlanningsessionPhone callsbillingLearn from your To-Do list
    • 20. Learn from your To-Do list• Which things are not getting completed?• How – exactly – are these not gettingcompleted? How do you do that?
    • 21. Clinical Application• Who in your clinic or classroom isdemonstrating remarkable “resilience” –persistence despite significant obstacles? Andhow, exactly, does he/she do that?• What recurring behavioral problem is showingup in your clinic or classroom?• Note: we aren’t asking “why did you do that,”but rather “how exactly did you do that.”
    • 22. Living in The Gap• Compassion• Self-compassion

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