Solution Focused Brief Therapy
Solution Focused Brief Therapy offered by Marybeth Mendenhall, is a short term, goal oriented approach that enables clients to focus on what they want to achieve by looking at what is working rather than on focussing on what is not working.
Brief Therapy focuses on finding solutions to problems and is based on exploring the present with an eye towards changing the future.
What Is Solution Based Therapy?
Solution Focused Therapy is a collaborative model that emphasises what is possible and changeable and shares the philosophy that clients have unacknowledged resources and strengths that can help them solve their problems.
The aim of Solution Focussed Brief Therapy is to work collaboratively towards :
a) helping you identify your goal (or goals)
b) focus on what parts of your life are working and use that as a strong foundation upon which you can build on and create an improved lifestyle and
c) use those strengths to change and do things differently.
Solution Focused Brief therapy acknowledges distress, but focuses on success. It operates from a positive viewpoint that change is not only possible but also inevitable. It offers you a way to work effectively in an empowering and hopeful way.
Solution Focused Brief Therapy can be used for a variety of difficulties, such as depression, anxiety, anger, stress and relationship issues.
Further Solution Focused Brief Therapy Assistance
If you require further assistance regarding our Solution Focused Brief Therapy Services either Contact Nicholas Rose & Associates using the Enquiry form here below or please telephone 020 8996 9551.
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