Solution-focused therapy focuses on _____________ to the client's problems rather than on the problems themselves.
In Solution-focused therapy, understanding the etiology of the problem is ____________.
The client is viewed as the "___________" while the therapist acts as a ____________ who poses different types of questions designed to assist the client in ____________ her strengths/resources to achieve _________.
- Recognizing and using
- Specific goals
_______________ Question: "Suppose when you go to sleep tonight, a ________ happens and your problem is solved? What will be different tomorrow?"
__________ Question: "Can you think of a time in the past week when you did not have the problem (or the problem was not troublesome)?"
__________ Question: "On a scale from 1 to 10, how did you feel last week?"
The "___________" requires the client to identify something in his/her life or relationship that he/she wants to continue.
Later sessions begin with the therapist asking:
"What's better since the last time we met?"