The purpose of this Developing Questions Live session is for VSNT faculty Helene Grau & David Rock Nylund to watch and then demonstrate a method of VSNT supervision selected pieces of Stephen Madigan’s 17 minute couple therapy consultation and unaltered transcript. The membership will also supervise by asking questions about the Relational Interviewing questions Stephen asks the couples relationship.

The purpose of this Developing Questions Live session is to continue VSNT faculty Helene Grau & David Rock Nylund’s demonstration of a method of VSNT supervision with selected pieces/questions reviewing part two of Stephen Madigan’s 12 minute couple therapy consultation and unaltered transcript. The membership will also supervise by asking questions about the Relational Interviewing questions Stephen asks the couples relationship.

Developing Questions #14 takes you into the couple therapy session that dramatically changed the way Stephen Madigan practiced and opened the door for the development of narrative therapy informed Relational Interviewing (he will explain why). After watching the second 12 minutes of the session together, VSNT faculty Helene Grau, David Rock Nylund’s and the membership begin the supervision of the unaltered transcript and discuss the ‘receiving context’ that shape Stephen’s questions.

We ask the membership to watch the video before Friday morning July 31st and consider 3 simple questions:

  1. What interview question grabbed your curiosity the most?
  2. Why do you think Stephen asked this question?
  3. Would you have asked the question differently?

Developing Questions #15:  After watching portions of the third and final 19 minutes of the couple therapy session together, VSNT faculty Helene Grau, David Rock Nylund’s and the membership begin the supervision of the final session and unaltered transcript. They will highlight and discuss the ‘receiving context’ that shape Stephen’s questions.

We ask the membership to watch the video before Friday morning July 31st and consider 3 simple questions:

  1. What interview question grabbed your curiosity the most?
  2. Why do you think Stephen asked this question?
  3. Would you have asked the question differently?