In this case study, a promising new strategy to match clients to interventions according to learning style preferences is discussed. Frequently adolescents who experience repeated situational and environmental problems are not successful in a conventional intervention program. The strategy employed with this case study was to recognize a client’s learning preferences and creative potential in terms of healthy differences and provide opportunities to maximize those in treatment interventions. Initial results are promising.
Author Suzie W.L. Lane, Diane Montgomery, William Schmid
Volume Vol 29, No 4 (1995)