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Solution Focused Questions

solution focused questions

The creative use of Solution Focused questions is the anchor-point of the SFBT session. Here are some examples of SFBT questions to get you started or act as prompts. These are not mine, if they ‘belong’ to anyone they belong to the SFBT community which freely shares such information.

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Your Problem Has a Solution

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Knowing that your problem has a solution can be reassuring, but what about if the solution is out of reach? When you are facing a problem or challenge in life it’s easy to feel isolated and alone. This often means that you will struggle longer than necessary, believing that you have to deal with the […]

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Six Things That Being Solution Focused Means

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Being solution focused means that one sees the possibilities rather than the limitations.

It doesn’t mean denying the past, nor refusing to discuss it, it means accepting the past but not allowing it to define or predict the future.

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Why Anger Managent Solutions So Often Fail

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Anger management often fails because of widespread misunderstandings about the nature of anger and our beliefs about it.
Solution Focused Anger Management avoids the pitfalls from the word go.

It provides an opportunity to approach anger differently. But first, deal with the myths.

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Why Brief Therapists Have More Fun

Brief Therapy

Solution Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT) is enjoying a surge in popularity across a range of professions. One reason for this is because, I believe, people in the helping professions are expected to do more with less.

But there’s another important reason that you won’t generally hear about; brief therapists have more fun.

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Client self-assessment

I developed this Solution Focused evaluation form for use with my clients. Though it looks simple I have found that it works as a useful way of encouraging reflection and consolidation. Clients like it and have been happy to complete the form, which I ask them to do at the end of a session.

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