By Anne Bodmer Lutz, M.D.
“And for all those tea drinkers out there: Let’s learn a lesson from tea. It shows it’s real worth when it gets into hot water” ~ Annonymous
“There are questions which illuminate, and there are those that destroy. We should ask the first kind” ~ Quote from Nobel physicist Isaac Isador Rabi.
By Yvonne Dolan, M.A.
When a client is physically in our office, talking with us on the phone, or even communicating over the internet, it can be relatively easy to gently help them shift from negative, complaint-focused language to more hope-friendly, mood enhancing thinking patterns. But how can we help our clients acquire the skills necessary
It is with great sadness that we share the news of the death of one of our trainers, Martin Oswin.
Martin was the first to deliver the course that had been created by Greg Vinnicombe and myself, and was the first to test whether the structure and content
In solution-focused therapy (SFT) the therapist deliberately avoids making assumptions about the causes of psychological problems. Instead of allocating time to
Richard Kahn, Ph.D., MS, RD
The Miracle Question (MQ) is an important tool in SFBT. Some practitioners, like me, have trouble asking the MQ. Help came from Cami Boyer, a psychotherapist. She offered a MQ workshop at the 2017 Solution-Focused Brief Therapy Conference in Santa Fe. Boyer likened using the MQ to bread baking. Bread baking
Wynn Calder – 6/19/18
In the spring of 2017, as a mid-career graduate student in counseling psychology at Framingham State University, I took Dr. Anne Lutz’s course, Solution-Focused Fundamentals and Practice. In thinking about what I might do for my final project, a light bulb went off: Solution Focused questions could improve my sustainability assessment interview