The Centre for Solution Focused Practice


Are our questions enough?

Solution Focused Practice is often described as a 'question-based' approach, although 'answer-based' may be a more accurate way of describing it. But are our questions enough Evan George asks.

What if . . . ?

Another in the 'What if . . . ?' series - 'what if people give us the answers that they assume we want to hear?'.

Slowing down

How is it that at the heart of a brief therapy is the necessity to 'go slow' - Evan George shares some thoughts.

Always there.

Evan George thinks about the key question 'how can brief therapy lead to sustainable change?'.

How do we define Solution Focus?

The question ‘how do we define Solution Focus’, what is in and what is out, what can you do and what can't you do, perhaps what must you do, continues to be of interest. Evan George tries to respond.

How does Solution Focus deal with problems?

Therapy has been pre-dominantly problem-focused so when a solution focused approach is developed people inevitably worry - 'what happens to the problem?' they ask. Evan George attempts to respond to this understandable concern.


Featured Video

What is SF - a 2020 version of the approach


July 9, 2020