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Solutionbook

Mastering the Art of Solution-Focused Counseling is a 2006 book by mental health counselor, educator, and author Jeffrey Guterman that describes the theory and practice of solution-focused counseling. In the 1990s, Guterman developed a solution focused brief therapy model called solution-focused counseling. His model is an integration of solution-focused principles and techniques, postmodern theories, and a strategic approach to eclecticism.

ContentsEdit

  • Foreword by Allen E. Ivey
  • Preface
  • Acknowledgments
  • About the Author
  • Chapter 1 -- Introduction
  • Chapter 2 -- A Postmodern Perspective
  • Chapter 3 -- Problems and Change
  • Chapter 4 -- Before the First Session
  • Chapter 5 -- The First Session
  • Chapter 6 -- After the First Session
  • Chapter 7 -- Treating Depression
  • Chapter 8 -- Substance Problems
  • Chapter 9 -- Grief, Suicide, Trichotillomania, and Other Problems
  • Chapter 10 -- Jared's Complaint
  • Chapter 11 -- The Future of Solution-Focused Counseling
  • References
  • Index

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