Handbook of Solution-Focused Brief Therapy
Scott D. Miller, Mark Hubble, Barry L. Duncan
Wiley, May 31, 1996 - Psychology - 384 pages
Born out of the Second Annual Conference on Solution-Focused Brief Therapy, this comprehensive edited collection offers mental health practitioners a much needed resource for applying solution-focused brief therapy (SFBT) techniques. The expert contributors present the most current research information, illustrative case examples, and practical tools for developing the skills necessary to deliver effective solution-focused therapy across a variety of treatments settings.The book offers a framework for integrating the solution-focused model with the problem-focused approach that results in an increased number of therapeutic options available to clinicians.The contributors clearly demonstrate that SFBT addresses a wide range of presenting problems and this practical therapeutic model has proven to be effective across economic, gAnder, and racial lines. And, most importantly, at the very heart of the solution-focused techniques is rooted the spiritual values inherent to all productive therapeutic work.
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