Solution Focused Brief Therapy
The fastest path to results
Solution focused brief therapy (SFBT) is a goal-directed patient collaborative approach to psychotherapeutic change that is conducted through direct observation of clients’ responses to a series of precisely constructed questions.
Collaboration with the patient is essential because it generates the necessary feedback towards the solution.
As the name suggests, SFBT is future-focused, goal-directed, and focuses on solutions, rather than on the problems that brought clients to seek therapy. Described as a practical, pragmatic and goal-driven model, a hallmark of SFBT is its emphasis on transparent, concise, realistic goal negotiations.
Solution Focus Brief Therapy sessions typically focus on the present and future on identifying the client’s goals, generating a detailed description of what life will be like when the patient accomplishes the goal, and the problem is either gone or coped with satisfactorily.
To develop effective solutions, the BSF psychotherapist search diligently through the client’s life experiences for “exceptions” for “expected future miracle,” hunting resources to bear upon present problems, that are already inside of the persons, but cannot be identified by him/herself, like their internal competencies, skills; as well as, their immediate support systems and supportive social networks.
Types of medical and psychological conditions treated
This approach helps people when they are in gridlock, and all they can do is to analyze the problem and to seek a solution.
Solution-focused brief therapy is used to treat a variety of mental health disorders:
- people with eating disorders
- relationship problems
- panic attacks
- substance abuse
Please select the type of disease you are facing and ask an ID Therapy specialist.
We combine different psychotherapeutic solutions to map the exact source and the way of how each symptom manifests.
ID Therapy team innovatively combines those types of therapy to provide a shortcut to the solution and to have a diagnose directly into the context.