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Exploring Thoughts and  situations: Open Questions &  Close questions
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Open Questions Definition A question where the client is A question that the client is NOT A question that often begins with A question that DOES NOT begin with Using “why” questions
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Closed Questions What is a closed question? When should I use a closed question?
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Open Questions How are open questions or probes useful to clients?  (Helper Intentions) Focus in one direction Clarify Ineffective questions Already mentioned/ talked about Out of context
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Open Questions What does the research say about  open questions? 9 to 13% are open questions  Moderately helpful  Longer and deeply about concerns 
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Open Questions 4 different types of open questions or  probes 1) ask for clarification or focus  2) encourage exploration of thoughts   3) encourage exploration of the situation 4) request examples  
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