Brief Solution-Focused Therapy

Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT) helps clients construct solutions by focusing on their strengths, resources, and abilities to create positive change. Here's how SFBT facilitates this process:

Client-Centered Approach: SFBT places the client as the expert in their own life, encouraging them to identify their goals and solutions.

Goal-Oriented: The therapy sessions are highly goal-oriented, with the therapist using specific questions like miracle questions, exception questions, and scaling questions to empower clients in constructing solutions.

Emphasis on Solutions: SFBT concentrates on what clients can do rather than what they cannot do, shifting the focus from problems to successes and accomplishments when addressing challenges.

By exploring exceptions where clients have coped successfully with difficulties in the past and identifying achievable goals reflective of their best hopes, SFBT helps clients envision and work towards concrete solutions. This approach fosters a collaborative environment where clients actively engage in developing solutions that lead to meaningful change in their lives. If you are interested in learning more, set up a session.