One of the key principles of solution-focused therapy is that small changes can lead to big results. As progress is made, the patient gains confidence and momentum, which can lead to further positive change. Solution-focused therapy can be used to address a wide range of issues, including anxiety, depression, relationship problems, and addiction. It is often used as a short-term therapy, with many patients achieving their desired outcomes within a few sessions.
Solution-focused therapy is a type of talk therapy that focuses on finding solutions to specific problems, rather than exploring the root causes of those problems. This approach emphasizes the patients’ strengths and resources and aims to help them identify and achieve their goals in a relatively short period of time.
In solution-focused therapy, I work together with you to identify your desired outcome and explore potential solutions. I will ask questions that help you envision a future where the problem no longer exists, and encourage you to identify the steps needed to achieve that outcome.