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INTRODUCTION

TERMINOLOGY

Chapter 1: The Helping Professions

Chapter 2: The Solution Focused Approah

Chapter 3: The Ingredients of Success

Chapter 4: The Key Assumptions of SFBT

Chapter 5: The Building Blocks of SFBT

Chapter 6: The Language of Change

Chapter 7: The Use of Language in Therapy

Chapter 8: Questions are Keys

Chapter 9: The First SFBT Session

Chapter 10: The Helping Relationship

CONCLUSION

APPENDIX: PUTTING IT TOGETHER

REFERENCES

FURTHER READING

SUBJECT INDEX

AUTHOR INDEX

 

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