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"That's a way to see it and there is also another way to see it." 

Insoo Kim Berg 

The Institute for Solution-Focused Therapy (2022) defines SFBT as a short-term, goal-oriented approach that incorporates aspects of positive psychology and helps clients experience change by constructing solutions rather than focusing on problems. The therapy process begins by the client imagining what life would be like without the problems that they are experiencing. The therapist and client then co-construct a practical and sustainable solution to implement.

The SFBT process may include:

Identifying goals through questioning

Reviewing previous solutions

Looking for exceptions 

Present and future-focused questions vs. past-oriented focus

Positive affirmations on progress​

Homework experiments

Evaluation progress

SFBT is an evidence-based therapeutic approach that has had great success for individuals. Solution-Focused therapy helps many issues, including:




Behavioral problems


Interpersonal problems

Psychosocial problems

If you think that Solution-Focused Therapy could potentially be impactful for you, please contact us below for more information on how we can help you. 

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