This second edition of Solution-focused Therapy remains the most accessible yet comprehensive case-based introduction to the history, theory, research and practice of solution-focused therapy (SFT) within mental health care and beyond.
Drawing on contemporary research and the author's own extensive experience, the fully revised and updated new edition includes:
discussion of recent developments relevant to research and training; a new chapter on challenges to SFT and the integration of SFT with other therapeutic approaches; extended discussion on ethical issues; topical exploration of the application of SFT with patients with personality disorders and dementias; contemporary research on solution-focused coaching and approaches to organizational change; new case material
This highly practical guide should be on the desk of every student or trainee studying this strongly supported, growing approach. It is also a useful resource for practitioners wanting to update their core skills and knowledge.
Chapter 10: Common Questions about Solution-Focused Approaches
Common Questions about Solution-Focused Approaches
- Objections to solution-focused therapy
- Solution-focused therapy and emotions
- Cultural issues
- When not to use solution-focused approaches
- Theory and the solution-focused approach
This chapter seeks to address some common questions and issues about solution-focused therapy. These questions are often asked by those in training, especially those from other major schools of therapy. They are also raised by ...