Person-Centered Evolution

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One of the most important aspects of person-centered thinking is revision. What works and doesn’t work for someone, their goals, aspirations, and fears change over the course of their lives, and the observations we have made in truth become false. “What’s Working/Not Working” is a great tool for looking critically at how the strategies we are using and the assumptions we have made.

However good someone’s ISP or Person-Centered Plan might be, it will always be important to take stock, review and reconsider. The tool works by celebrating what’s going well and being candid about what isn’t in various domains of the individual’s life (in the example at left- the circle of support.). From there, you can go on to make informed decisions about what should change and what be preserved.

-Submitted by Doug

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