Education and Training in Solution- Focused Brief Therapy.
Education and training in solution-focused brief therapy.
Ed. by Thorana S. Nelson.
Solution-based brief therapy focuses on changing problem behavior by concentrating on a client's existing solution. This volume, which was published simultaneously as the Journal of Family Practice, Volume 16, Nos. 1 and 2, presents articles, essays, and many exercises that explain this therapy method. Several of the exercises can be used for clients; others are for the training and supervision of other practitioners.
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