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Document from the year 2013 in the subject Social Pedagogy / Social Work, grade: Keine, , language: English, abstract: Four questions are central to Resource-Oriented Interviewing. Every adult person has probably dealt with these questions in one way or another: 1. How do I promote resources, strengths and abilities? 2. How do I reduce or remove deficiencies? 3. How do I question goals as constructively and respectfully as possible? 4. How do I question ways and means as constructively and respectfully as possible? Resource-Oriented Interviewing gives realistic answers to these questions. It proves to be extremely pragmatic again and again. Resource-Oriented Interviewing in the form represented here has its origin in the area of help for alcohol addicts and was also applied in the sphere of psychiatric help, social integration and project management. Furthermore it can be used appropriately in many fields of working life and also in private contexts. Resource-Oriented Interviewing is the art of working in a resource activating way in a deficit-oriented context by using specific questions.