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SOLUTION-FOCUSED BRIEF THERAPY: A REVIEW OF THE OUTCOME RESEARCH

WALLACE J GINGERICH

SOLUTION-FOCUSED BRIEF THERAPY: A REVIEW OF THE OUTCOME RESEARCH

by WALLACE J GINGERICH

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Published in 2000 .
Written in English


Edition Notes

COURSE AEC 1245 DIANA BRECHER

SeriesFAMILY PROCESS 39, 4, 477-498, 2000
ContributionsEISENGART, SHERI
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20381380M

Solution-focused brief therapy (SFBT) places focus on a person's present and future circumstances and goals rather than past experiences. In this goal-oriented therapy, the symptoms or issues. A STUDY OF INTAKE AND ASSESSMENT IN SOLUTION-FOCUSED BRIEF THERAPY Christopher J. Richmond, Ph.D. Western Michigan University, The purpose of this study was to compare clients’ assessment of two different counseling intake procedures used by clinicians. This study compared a Solution-Focused.

  Effectiveness of Solution-Focused Brief Therapy: A Systematic Qualitative Review of Controlled Outcome Studies - Research on Social Work Practice In-text: (Gingerich and Peterson, ).   Section III: Reviews of the Research 6. Solution-Focused Brief Therapy Outcome Research Wallace J. Gingerich, Johnny S. Kim, Geert J. J. M. Stams, and Alasdair J. Macdonald 7. A Systematic Review of Single-Case Design Studies on Solution-Focused Brief Therapy Johnny S. Kim : Cynthia Franklin.

  The latest developments in this groundbreaking therapy approach! More Than Miracles: The State of the Art of Solution-Focused Brief Therapy is a ground breaking, intellectually provocative book, revealing new advances in the widely used, evidence based Solution-focused Brief Therapy (SFBT) approach/5. An early form of solution-focused brief therapy in a mental health clinic was described by Weakland, Fisch, Watzlawick & Bodin (). Treatment goals were identified by the clients in the beginning sessions, and therapy focused primarily on .


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SOLUTION-FOCUSED BRIEF THERAPY: A REVIEW OF THE OUTCOME RESEARCH by WALLACE J GINGERICH Download PDF EPUB FB2

In book: Solution-Focused Brief Therapy, pp It then discusses the first systematic review of controlled SFBT outcome studies published by Gingerich and Eisengart, followed by.

Solution‐focused brief therapy (SFBT) is a new and increasingly used therapeutic approach that focuses on helping clients construct solutions rather than solve problems. The approach evolved in a clinical context amid many anecdotal reports of success from both therapists and clients, but it has not been subjected to controlled empirical Cited by: This chapter reviews the development of SFBT outcome research chronologically, beginning with the first compilation of outcome studies by the European Brief Therapy Association (EBTA) described by Macdonald.

It then discusses the first systematic review of controlled SFBT outcome studies published by Gingerich and Eisengart, followed by the meta-analytic reviews of Stams.

Solution‐Focused Brief Therapy: A Review of the Outcome Research* Article Literature Review in Family Process 39(4) - December with 1, Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Kim JS, Franklin C () Solution-focused brief therapy in schools: A review of the outcome literature. Children and Youth Services Review 31(4): An extension of Kim () examining 7 studies of sft in school settings.

This review suggest that sft may be effectively. Effectiveness of solution-focused brief therapy: A systematic qualitatative review of controlled outcome studies.

Research on Social Work Practice. (Click on the link to access a copy.) Abstract. Objective: We review all available controlled outcome studies of solution-focused brief therapy (SFBT) to evaluate evidence of its effectiveness.

SOLUTION FOCUSED BRIEF THERAPY: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND META-SUMMARY OF PROCESS RESEARCH Cynthia Franklin and Anao Zhang University of Texas at Austin Adam Froerer Mercer University, Atlanta Shannon Johnson The Catholic University of America This article presents a systematic review of the process research on solution-focused brief therapy.

Therapy is frequently miscast as requiring an enormous amount of time and financial commitment, but helpful, goal-oriented therapy can produce positive results after only a few sessions.

Solution-focused brief therapy (SFBT) has been gaining momentum as a powerful therapeutic approach since its inception in the s. By focusing on solutions instead of problems, it asks clients to.

Gingerich, W.J. and Eisengart, S. () Solution-Focused Brief Therapy A Review of the Outcome Research. Family Process, 39, Solution-Focused Brief Therapy is different in many ways from traditional approaches to () conducted a qualitative review of 43 controlled outcome studies on SFBT and concluded that SFBT is an effective approach (McKeel, ).

See Appendix B for a review of the research that shows how Co-Construction works in SFBT Size: KB. Franklin C, Corcoran J, Nowicki J, Streeter CL () Using client self-anchored scales to measure outcomes in solution-focused therapy. Journal of Systemic Therapies, 16, Pilot study (3 cases) of this measure as a test of outcome.

Gingerich W, Eisengart S () Solution-focused brief therapy: a review of the outcome research. A Systematic Review of Single-Case Design Studies on Solution-Focused Brief Therapy ; Johnny S. Kim ; 8. Review of Outcomes With Children and Adolescents With Externalizing Behavior Problems ; Jacqueline Corcoran ; 9.

What Works in Solution-Focused Brief Therapy: A Review of Change Process Research ; Jay McKeel ; /5(5). In Solution-Focused Brief Therapy.A Handbook of Evidence-Based Practice is a chapter by Gingerich, Kim, Stams, and Macdonald entitled "Solution-Focused Brief Therapy Outcome Research".

The chapter chronologically describes the history of outcome research into solution-focused therapy by summarizing four review studies that have been done in the last. Solution-Focused brief therapy in schools: A degree view of the research and practice principles.

New York: Oxford University Press. Find this resource: Google Preview; WorldCat; Kim, J. S., & Franklin, C. Solution-Focused brief therapy in schools: A review of the literature. Children and Youth Services Review, 31, – Find Cited by: 4.

To further communicate the growing research on SFBT, I also worked with a team of researchers and practitioners from different countries to develop the book, Solution-Focused Brief Therapy: A Handbook of Evidence-Based Practice (Franklin et al., ). This book includes a treatment manual on SFBT; strengths-based assessment tools; and a Cited by: Solution-Focused Brief Therapy outcome research.

In Cynthia Franklin, Terry S. Trepper, Wallace J. Gingerich, & Eric E. McCollum (Eds), Solution-Focused Brief Therapy: A handbook of evidence-based York: Oxford University Press, pp.

Kim, J. Examining the effectiveness of solution-focused brief therapy: A meta. Therapy is frequently miscast as requiring an enormous amount of time and financial commitment, but helpful, goal-oriented therapy can produce positive results after only a few sessions.

Solution-focused brief therapy (SFBT) has been gaining momentum as a powerful therapeutic approach since its inception in the s. Solution-Focused Brief Therapy is a method of therapy developed by Steve de Shazer and Insoo Kim Berg at the Milwaukee Brief Therapy Center which they founded in Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT) purposely does not focus on the cause of a problem/5(53).

Objective: We review all available controlled outcome studies of solution-focused brief therapy (SFBT) to evaluate evidence of its effectiveness. Method: Forty-three studies were located and key data abstracted on problem, setting, Cited by:   Over the years, numerous intervention studies have been conducted for solution-focused brief therapy in diverse practice settings.

Gingerich and Eisengart () conducted the first systematic narrative review of solution-focused brief therapy outcome study. They conducted a systematic review of 15 outcome studies on solution-focused brief by: 1. Solution-focused therapy (SFT or SFBT) is a form of brief therapy that has become widely accepted in the mental health field for a variety of reasons.

Some of the most important reasons are that it is effective with a wide variety of clients while still being mindful of managed care guidelines, regarding cost and number of sessions needed or allowed.

A brief history on Solution-Focused Brief Therapy is given, followed by pragmatic assumptions, offering a new ‘lens’ for looking at clients. SFBT originated from social constructionism: reality is subjective and there are many realities, all equally correct.

Outcome studies indicate that SFBT has a positive effect in less time and satisfies the client’s need for Cited by: Doing What Works in Brief Therapy: A Strategic Solution Focused Approach is both a set of procedures for the therapist and a philosophy– one that is shared with clients and one that guides the work of the therapist.

This second edition continues its excellence in offering clinicians a guide to doing what works in brief therapy- for whom, and when and how to use it.5/5(7).