Les nouveaux cons : Cuvée prestige by Etienne Liebig

By Etienne Liebig

Le conservateur, le petit con, le con illuminé : l. a. sociologie des cons est une technological know-how aussi vieille que l'humanité ! Les cons se renouvellent à chaque génération, comme le virus de l. a. grippe et les nuages de sauterelles. Toujours là, mais différents, ils contaminent tous les milieux. Bobos, profs, retraités, syndicalistes, militants de droite et de gauche, féministes. artistes, psychanalystes, jeunes de quartier, personne n'est épargné. Grand connaisseur de l. a. query et nouveau con lui-même, Etienne Liebig espère avoir été suffisamment intolérant et injuste pour se faire plein d'ennemis !

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Educateur spécialisé auprès des young people, Etienne Liebig est aussi critique pour le journal Zélium, chroniqueur aux Grandes Gueules sur RMC et auteur de nombreux ouvrages.

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It focuses on working with clients to develop new behaviors that can lead them to the solution of their problems. At the therapy session, a therapist will use sequences that include a miracle question, a scaling question, and compliments or homework. Franklin and Jordan (1999) report Kral’s (1995) 5 Ds of Solution Focused Therapy‘‘develop an image of a realistic solution . . discover how and in what ways . . determine small, measurable steps (goals) . . describe those thoughts, actions, feeling that can help obtain the goals .

Corcoran (2003) believes that evidence-based practice ‘‘involves a process of locating research findings through electronic searches in a particular problem area to decide the intervention that has the best available support’’ (p. 4). Corcoran further asserts that to aid the decision on whether one approach is better than another for a particular problem area, the use of scientific experimental designs to evaluate practice effectiveness is highly encouraged. Evidence-based practice can be incorporated into existing practice models for various types of problems.

However, not all clients have the cognitive or intellectual capacity to engage in this form of therapy (Ellis, 1975). Ellis views human beings as largely irrational beings that need to be taught rational approaches for dealing with problems. Humans think crookedly about their desires and preferences and this results in anger, anxiety, depression, and self-pity. Unfortunately, irrational thinking leads to self-hate, which may lead to self-destructive behavior and eventually to hatred of others. Ellis (1975) believes some irrational thoughts are biological in origin but most result from the socialization process.

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