A Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT) Intervention Model to Facilitate Hope and Subjective Well-being Among Trauma Survivors

  title={A Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT) Intervention Model to Facilitate Hope and Subjective Well-being Among Trauma Survivors},
  author={Jolize Joubert and Tharina Guse},
  journal={Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy},
  pages={303 - 310}
There are increasing calls for brief, strength-based trauma interventions. We propose a Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT) intervention model that may facilitate hope and subjective well-being among trauma survivors. Based on our research among South African trauma survivors, the proposed model, “Journey of Possibilities”, focuses on eliciting clients’ desired outcome, describing the presence of their desired outcome, and utilising clients’ resources to move towards the desired outcome. It… 

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