A Microanalytic Case Study of the Utilization of ‘Solution-Focused Problem Talk’ in Solution-Focused Brief Therapy

@article{Choi2019AMC,
  title={A Microanalytic Case Study of the Utilization of ‘Solution-Focused Problem Talk’ in Solution-Focused Brief Therapy},
  author={Jung jin Choi},
  journal={The American Journal of Family Therapy},
  year={2019},
  volume={47},
  pages={244 - 260}
}
  • J. Choi
  • Published 8 August 2019
  • Psychology
  • The American Journal of Family Therapy
Abstract Solution-focused therapy (SFBT) is a popular therapeutic approach among family therapists. However, disputes about SFBT still arise, especially on problems. This study examines the function of problem talk in SFBT by using a microanalytic case study method. As a result, three categories were found: Eliciting, clarifying, and acknowledging problems. The problem talks initiated by the SF therapist showed a pattern associated with the solution talk and served as preliminary steps to be… 

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