“When you follow your bliss, and by bliss I mean the deep sense of being in it…you follow that, and doors will open where you would not have thought there would be doors and…where there wouldn’t be a door for anyone else…”

Insoo Kim Berg on video

Part 1

Do we need to know many details about the problem that the client presents?

Part 2

Working solution focused with a family, is it different from working with an individual?

Part 3

A slight change of perception.


‘Interviewing for Solutions’

Peter de Jong & Insoo Kim Berg

4th edition – 430 pages

Brooks/Cole, 2013

ISBN 9781111838553

‘Solution-Focused Brief therapy’

A Handbook of Evidence-Based Practice

Cynthia Franklin C.S.

448 pages

Oxford University Press, 2012

ISBN: 9780195385724

‘ Solution-Focused Brief Therapy with Clients Managing Trauma’

Edited by Adam Froerer c.s.

264 pages

Oxford University Press, 2018

ISBN: 9780190678784

Solution Focused Brief Therapy in Alternative Schools

Ensuring Student Success and Preventing Dropout

Cynthia Franklin, Calvin L. Streeter

172 pages

Taylor & Francis LTD, 2018

ISBN 9781138735934

‘Solution Focused Practice’

Effective Communication to Facilitate Change

Guy Shannon

244 pages

Palgrave, 2014

ISBN 9780230359123

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