- Frequently asked questions This book is an invaluable resource for all therapists and counsellors, whether in training or practice.
Author: Harvey Ratner
"Solution Focused Brief Therapy: 100 Key Points and Techniques provides a concise and jargon-free guide to the thinking and practice of this exciting approach, enabling people to make changes in their lives quickly and effectively. It covers: - This history and background to solution focused practice - The philosophical underpinnings of the approach - Dealing with difficult situations - Specific applications to children, adolescents, families , and schools - Organisational applications including supervision, coaching and leadership. - Frequently asked questions This book is an invaluable resource for all therapists and counsellors, whether in training or practice. It will also be essential for any professional whose job it is to help people make changes in their lives, and will therefore be of interest to social workers, probation officers, psychiatric staff, doctors, and teachers, as well as those working in organisations as coaches and managers"--
7 CHAPTER Solution Building and Language Games : A Conversation with Steve de Shazer ( and Some After Words With Insoo ... His books have included Patterns of Brief Family Therapy ( 1982 ) , Keys to Solution in Brief Therapy ( 1985 ) ...
Author: Michael F. Hoyt
Publisher: Psychology Press
Expert pracitioners in brief therapy discuss their methods and techniques.
His books have included Patterns of Brief Family Therapy ( 1982 ) , Keys to Solution in Brief Therapy ( 1985 ) , Clues : Investigating Solutions in Brief Therapy ( 1988 ) , and Putting Difference to Work ( 1991 ) .
Author: Michael F. Hoyt
Publisher: Guilford Press
Like its predecessor, Constructive Therapies, Volume 1, this engaging book presents a range of creative, time- effective approaches for helping clients build on their competencies and develop their own solutions. In-depth interviews with Michael White, Steve de Shazer, Bill O'Hanlon, Donald Meichenbaum, and Kenneth Gergen are incorporated with other clinicially oriented chapters from well-known therapists. Topics covered include different styles of constructive therapy, the externalization and deconstruction of problems, narrative work with ADHD-diagnosed children, a solution-focused approach for dealing with cases of domestic violence, EMDR and the MRI interactional approach, actualizing the empty self in psychotherapy, emotional and spiritual healing, and more. Illustrative case examples are featured throughout.
Author: Richard Nelson-JonesPublish On: 2010-12-10
De Shazer, S., Berg, I.K., Korman, H., Dolan, Y. and Trepper, T. (2007) More Than Miracles: The State of the Art of Solution-focused Brief Therapy. New York: Haworth Press. This recent text is focused on the interview process and the ...
Author: Richard Nelson-Jones
Category: Social Science
This updated and revised new edition of Six Key Approaches to Counselling and Therapy provides an accessible introduction to the theory and practice of six of the most popular contemporary therapeutic approaches from the three main schools of therapy practice: - cognitive therapy and solution-focused therapy from the cognitive-behavioural school - person-centred and Gestalt therapy from the humanistic school - Freud's psychoanalysis and Jung's analytical therapy from the psychodynamic school. Following a clearly-defined structure, each chapter describes the origin of the therapeutic approach, a biography of its originator, its theory and practice, discusses case material and further developments, and suggests further reading. Richard Nelson-Jones goes on to review and evaluate all the approaches in his concluding chapter. This excellent textbook is a vital resource for students on introductory courses and those who are starting out on professional training.
In Keys to Solution in Brief Therapy, de Shazer (1985) described the development of further “formula interventions” through which, it was argued, the process of building solutions could be started. Heinvoked the analogy ofa skeletonkey ...
Author: Thorana S Nelson
An invaluable guide to the history, descriptions of practice strategies, and applications of SFBT! The Handbook of Solution-Focused Brief Therapy is a unique, comprehensive guide that assists clinicians, regardless of experience level, in learning and applying the concepts of Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT) to particular situations with clients. Noted experts discuss the therapy practices and various uses for the approach in detail, which focuses on encouraging clients to look at exceptions, times when the problem could have occurred and did not, and goals and future possibilities. A history of the practice model and its interventions is discussed, along with limitations, descriptions of practice strategies, applications to specific client populations, and clinical problems and concerns. This useful resource also includes an illustrative case study that uses the SFBT model. The Handbook of Solution-Focused Brief Therapy first lays a foundation of knowledge, providing chapters on the crucial assumptions and practices, history, and epistemology behind the approach. Further chapters use that basis to explain the application of the approach with several clinical issues and various populations, including couples, depression, domestic violence, schools, children, pastoral work, therapist burnout, and a few “outside therapy room” applications. Other chapters focus on the important issues in therapist training and supervision. Extensive references are provided at the end of each chapter. Topics discussed in the Handbook of Solution-Focused Brief Therapy include: assumptions within the SFBT tradition history of the SFBT approach epistemology SFBT with couples depression domestic violence offenders public schools children and young people SFBT in faith-based communities assessing and relieving burnout in mental health practice SFBT beyond the therapy room supervision of training possible limitations, misunderstandings, and misuses of SFBT a tribute to the late Steven de Shazer, co-founder of the SFBT approach The Handbook of Solution-Focused Brief Therapy is an invaluable reference for all types of therapists, including psychologists, counselors, social workers, and family therapists at any level of experience, including students, trainees, and experienced therapists.
Generation of human meaning key to Galveston paradigm: an interview by Lee Winderman in, Talk About, Family Therapy News, ... Problem-determined systems: Towards a transformation in family therapy. ... Keys to solution in brief therapy.
Author: John L. Walter
A practical guide to becoming solution-focused and construction solutions in brief therapy. At the core of the book is a sequence of skill-building chapters that cover all aspects of construction solutions. Each chapter explains and demonstrates a particular skill with discussion and exercises.
Author: Johnny S. Kim, Ph.D.Publish On: 2013-07-23
How is it that solution-focused authors and researchers have not focused much on the effectiveness of SFBT with different ethnic groups? 4. Discuss some of key features of SFBT that might make it a good therapy for ethnic minority ...
Author: Johnny S. Kim, Ph.D.
Publisher: SAGE Publications
Solution-Focused Brief Therapy, by Johnny S. Kim, is the first book in the field to provide a practical overview of the essentials of solution-focused brief therapy (SFBT) from a multicultural perspective, including intervention skills, research, applications, and implications for practice. Case examples illustrate SFBT in action with a wide range of client populations. In addition, the book incorporates recommendations from the recently developed and approved SFBT treatment manual, published by the Solution-Focused Brief Therapy Association.
3 In Keys to Solution in Brief Therapy, Steve de Shazer (1985, p. 10) commented that many people would ask “How does the brief therapist know what to do, and how to do it?” and “Where did that intervention come from?
Author: Michael F. Hoyt
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Brief Therapy Conversations features stimulating discussions between two international experts about essential topics, including the importance of the therapeutic relationship, the role of diagnosis, the therapist’s mindset, specific techniques and guiding logics, therapist development, and likely future trends. It explores a wide range of literature and ideas on brief therapy and single-session therapy. For those interested in time-sensitive treatment, several expanded journal articles are included that provide additional insights into ways to improve therapeutic efficiency. Reader friendly and conversational in format, this book is essential reading for professionals involved in brief therapy research, teaching, and practice. .
Keys to solution in brief therapy. New York: Norton. This book uses the analogy of a skeleton key to illustrate therapy. • The author states that solutions occur through keys instead of locks. Skeleton keys work in various locks and ...
Author: Teri Pichot
Solution-Focused Substance Abuse Treatment describes the standard of care for substance abuse treatment, demonstrates how solution-focused brief therapy exceeds this standard, and shows how it can effectively be used in substance abuse evaluation, case management, and both individual and group treatment. Beginning and advanced concepts are provided to address the questions of even the most advanced clinician, all placed in the context of cultural awareness. Most importantly, the author answers the many questions professionals may have about how solution-focused brief therapy can be successfully integrated into the field of substance abuse. It provides a thorough understanding of the issues that therapists face when working with this at times challenging population, and demonstrates how the use of solution-focused brief therapy can minimize power struggles and enhance client success. Sample forms and handouts are included, as are additional resources for effective evaluation and treatment.