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Feminist and Constructive Theories Worksheet
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Respond to the following questions in 100 to 175 words each.
1. What is the main view of feminist theory? How does this differ from constructive theories?
2. What are the main considerations that need to be taken into account during the assessment procedure using feminist theory versus constructive theories?
3. How can you utilize feminist theory with male clients?
4. What are the main considerations that need to be taken into account during the case analysis and treatment planning stage for these theories?
5. What are some of the therapeutic strategies/techniques associated with narrative and solution-focused therapies?
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