According to Newman and Ingraham, in what way does consultee-centered
consultation serve as a mechanism for prevention?
It has a central goal of identifying potential client problems before the problems develop and preventing client problem development
It expands consultees’ professional repertoires and the subsequent capacity for consultees’ problem solving of similar concerns in the future
It serves to change broad public-policies that promote oppression and systemic discrimination
It focuses exclusively on client strengths and positive psychology as a means to empower clients directly