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Strength based approach

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  • 1. Strength-Based Approach Macheo Payne
  • 2. The Strengths Perspective
    • The challenge is to see ALL behavior as a developed strength or a hidden strength .
  • 3. Developed Strength
    • A developed strength is a pattern of behavior or trait that manifests positive outcomes. Example: positive attitude, articulate, on time to school, strong academic skills, completes work on time, etc.
  • 4. Hidden Strength
    • A hidden strength is a pattern of behavior or trait that manifests as negative behavior and has negative outcomes.
    • Example:
      • Defiant, talking back to the teacher
        • Hidden strengths can be assertiveness, direct communicator, principles, critical thinker with debate skills
      • Uses profanity frequently