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Doorways Towards Possibilities

Posted by Elliott Connie - September 22, 2018 - Solution Focused Therapy
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While visiting a Bulgarian Church from the 13th century an idea hit me. It’s related to the roll SFBT questions play in a conversation and was triggered from something that had just happened while I was teaching here.

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The Most Important Word In SFBT Language

Posted by Elliott Connie - September 16, 2018 - Solution Focused Therapy
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Since Solution Focused Brief Therapy is an approach focused on desired outcomes, then we have to have a way of responding when clients talk about the problem. The tricky part is, we have to do this while not making the client think they have answered the question wrong. In fact, we want them to know […]

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When the Client Wants Something Impossible, Do This

Posted by Elliott Connie - September 9, 2018 - Solution Focused Therapy
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Though it is rare, there are times when the client will ask for something hat is not possible. Perhaps they wish their ex would want them again or deceased loved one would come back. Sometimes they want a huge goal that is so big it is highly unlikely, a young person wishing to be rich. […]

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I’ve Abandoned the Miracle Question (sort of), Here’s Why

Posted by Elliott Connie - September 2, 2018 - Solution Focused Therapy
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Like most things, the more we do something the more that thing evolves. That’s certainly true for me and my practice of Solution Focused Brief Therapy. Recently there has been a monumental shift in my work and the way I ask clients about their preferred future. That’s what this video is all about.

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