Circular questions are relational in nature. They focus on interactional and behavioral patterns in the family and they are effective at identifying the interconnectedness of the members of a system. They are less about our assumptions and more about our client’s understanding of the patterns that connect them to persons, actions, perceptions, ideas, feelings, events, and beliefs.
Complete the Circular Questions – Individual: Jared multimedia presentation.
Using Kaltura, record yourself demonstrating circular questioning. For your initial post, include your Kaltura recording as an attachment.
Respond to the recordings of at least two of your peers. It is nice to hear what we are doing right, but it is also very beneficial to hear where we can improve. Offer suggestions to your peers about ways to continue to improve skills. When providing feedback, avoid being too general; instead, be very specific about what information you are providing.