• Solution-Focused Brief Therapy

    What is Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT)?

    Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT) is a goal-oriented therapeutic approach designed to bring about positive change by focusing on solutions rather than dwelling on problems. SFBT is a collaborative and client-centered method that empowers individuals to identify and amplify their strengths, resources, and solutions. Unlike traditional therapy models that delve into the roots of problems, SFBT is future-oriented, emphasizing the exploration of possibilities and desired goals.

    Key Principles of SFBT:

    • Future Orientation: We work together to envision your desired future outcomes and set realistic goals for positive change.
    • Solution-Focused Questions: Our therapists use targeted questions to guide you in identifying exceptions to the problem, exploring potential solutions, and shifting your focus towards actionable steps.
    • Exception Seeking: We help you recognize times when the problem is less severe or absent, shedding light on your strengths and resources.
    • Scaling Questions: By using scales to measure progress, we collaboratively assess your perception of improvement and identify areas for further exploration.

    Is SFBT Right for You?

    Solution-Focused Brief Therapy has proven effective in addressing a wide range of concerns, including but not limited to:

    • Relationship issues
    • Stress management
    • Trauma
    • Career transitions
    • Life changes and adjustments
    • Depression
    • Self-Esteem & Confidence Building
    • Personal growth and development

    If you are seeking a brief and goal-focused therapeutic approach that empowers you to find practical solutions to your current challenges, a solution focused therapist may be for you.

    If you or someone you know would benefit from Solution-Focused Therapy, please contact us today or schedule a free 30-minute consultation below. We would be happy to speak with you about how we can help.



    Authored by: Jack Crownover