Solution-focused brief therapy

Solution focused brief therapy (SFT) is an approach to helping people overcome problems that differs radically from most other approaches to psychotherapy. In SFT the therapist does not focus on the past, or the history of the client, but on the future, or on the goals of their clients.

Once the client's goals are identified the purpose of the therapy is to empower the client to find their own solutions through using useful questions that highlight the client's resources, creativity and previous successes.

Kids' Skills is a solution-focused approach

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