SFBT, which is also called Solution-Focused Therapy, was a form of therapeutic analysis developed by Steve de Shazer and Insoo Kim Berg in the late 1970s in Wisconsin, USA. The idea of solution-focused therapy is to establish objective-driven negotiations within the therapeutic process.
The hallmark of the Solution-Focused Therapy assumes that all clients have some awareness of what could make a positive difference in their lives i.e. that the client has the mental ability to envision a viable solution to their current or impending problems.
Reach can help you build successful goal-driven answers to many different problems, from phobias, anxiety and panic, to depression, self-harm and relationship difficulties. Reach has a myriad of different solutions created to help build solution-focused brief therapy approaches for individuals facing a range of issues and problems.
This range of solutions includes a large collection of recommended books for you to read all about personal growth.
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