Becoming Solution-Focused Forced in Brief Therapy: Remembering Something Important We Already Knew

  title={Becoming Solution-Focused Forced in Brief Therapy: Remembering Something Important We Already Knew},
  author={David Nylund and Victor Corsiglia},
  journal={Journal of Systemic Therapies},
A solution-focused approach to brief psychotherapy can be a useful and respectful model for delivery of services, particularly in a managed care setting. Or the model can be misinterpreted and misused in a way that may resemble “solution-forced” psychotherapy. This paper will present the major rules of solution-forced therapy and provide clinical case examples which highlight this model. It is hoped that consideration of solution-forced methods will encourage clinicians to refine their… 

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