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Solution-Focused Brief-Counseling

Techniques to use in school counseling.
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Will Magnant

on 15 October 2012

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Solution-Focused Brief Therapy:
An overview in education BACKGROUND (Corey, 2013) (Corey, 2013) Developed by Steve de Shazer and his wife, Insoo Kim Berg at the Brief Family Therapy Center in Milwaukee in the late 1970s to early 1980s.
Reaction against the constraints of strategic therapy (Milton Erickson MD). Corey, G. (2009). Theory and practice of counseling and psychotherapy. Belmont, CA:Brooks/Cole


Daki, J. & Savage, R.S. (2010). Solution-focused brief therapy: Impacts on academic and emotional difficulties. The Journal of Educational Research. 103, 309-326
 
Dermer, S.B., Hemaseth, C.W., & Russell, C.S. (1998). A Feminist critique of solution-focused therapy. The American Journal of Family Therapy. 26 (3) 239 -250.
 
Durkheim, E. (1951). Suicide: a Study in sociology. New York: Simon and Schuster. Translation of 1897 work.


Hare-Mustin, R.T. (1987). The Problem of gender in family therapy theory. Family Process. 26, 15-27.


MacDonald, M. (2012). Solution-focused brief therapy evaluation list. Retrieved on 9 October, 2012 from http://www.solutionsdoc.co.uk/sft.html


Miller, G. & de Shazer, S. (2000). Emotions in solution-focused therapy: A Re-examination. Family Process. 39 (1) 5-29.
 
Nolan, Y. (n.d.). What is solution-focused therapy. Retrieved on 4 October, 2012 from www.solutionfocused.net/solutionfocusedtherapy.html.
 
Sundman, P. (2012). Introduction to EBTA practice definition. European Brief Therapy Association. Retrieved on 4 October 2012 from http://blog.ebta.nu/the-solution-focused-modell.
 
Trepper, T.S., Dolan, Y., McCollum, E.E., & Nelson, T. (2006). Steve de Shazer and the future of solution-focused therapy. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy. 32 (2), 133-139. References A.1.a Welfare of Clients is Priority

A.4.a Avoiding Harm

B.1.a Multicultural/Diversity Considerations

C.2.a/b/c/d Boundaries of Competence/New areas/Qualifications/Monitor Progress Ethical Considerations Ignores affective domain (Miller & de Shazer, 2000)
Parsimony is self-fulfilling prophecy – may end counseling before client is ready and…may incline counselor to use it when it may not be the best for the client (Miller & de Shazer, 2000) General Criticisms Minimal Evidenced Based Practices/Comparative Studies (MacDonald, 2012)
Ignores background thereby potentially ignoring critical aspects of the solution (Hare-Mustin, 1987)
Does not assign blame, but ignores real limitations (Dermer et. al, 1998) General Criticisms Non-pathological approach (adolescents and college students generally well and capable)
Future focused
Highlights what is working
Short course of remedy Value in Educational Setting Non-pathological approach (adolescents and college students generally well and capable)
Future focused
Highlights what is working
Short course of remedy Value in Educational Setting Non-pathological approach (adolescents and college students generally well and capable)
Future focused
Highlights what is working
Short course of remedy Value in Educational Setting Non-pathological approach (adolescents and college students generally well and capable)
Future focused
Highlights what is working
Short course of remedy Value in Educational Setting Minimal Evidenced Based Practices/Comparative Studies (MacDonald, 2012)
Ignores background thereby potentially ignoring critical aspects of the solution (Hare-Mustin, 1987)
Does not assign blame, but ignores real limitations (Dermer et. al, 1998) General Criticisms Ignores affective domain (Miller & de Shazer, 2000)
Parsimony is self-fulfilling prophecy – may end counseling before client is ready and…may incline counselor to use it when it may not be the best for the client (Miller & de Shazer, 2000) General Criticisms A.1.a Welfare of Clients is Priority

A.4.a Avoiding Harm

B.1.a Multicultural/Diversity Considerations

C.2.a/b/c/d Boundaries of Competence/New areas/Qualifications/Monitor Progress Ethical Considerations Corey, G. (2009). Theory and practice of counseling and psychotherapy. Belmont, CA:Brooks/Cole


Daki, J. & Savage, R.S. (2010). Solution-focused brief therapy: Impacts on academic and emotional difficulties. The Journal of Educational Research. 103, 309-326
 
Dermer, S.B., Hemaseth, C.W., & Russell, C.S. (1998). A Feminist critique of solution-focused therapy. The American Journal of Family Therapy. 26 (3) 239 -250.
 
Durkheim, E. (1951). Suicide: a Study in sociology. New York: Simon and Schuster. Translation of 1897 work.


Hare-Mustin, R.T. (1987). The Problem of gender in family therapy theory. Family Process. 26, 15-27.


MacDonald, M. (2012). Solution-focused brief therapy evaluation list. Retrieved on 9 October, 2012 from http://www.solutionsdoc.co.uk/sft.html


Miller, G. & de Shazer, S. (2000). Emotions in solution-focused therapy: A Re-examination. Family Process. 39 (1) 5-29.
 
Nolan, Y. (n.d.). What is solution-focused therapy. Retrieved on 4 October, 2012 from www.solutionfocused.net/solutionfocusedtherapy.html.
 
Sundman, P. (2012). Introduction to EBTA practice definition. European Brief Therapy Association. Retrieved on 4 October 2012 from http://blog.ebta.nu/the-solution-focused-modell.
 
Trepper, T.S., Dolan, Y., McCollum, E.E., & Nelson, T. (2006). Steve de Shazer and the future of solution-focused therapy. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy. 32 (2), 133-139. References
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