Integrative Solution-Focused Brief Therapy with a Chinese Female College Student Dealing with Relationship Loss

@article{Ng2012IntegrativeSB,
  title={Integrative Solution-Focused Brief Therapy with a Chinese Female College Student Dealing with Relationship Loss},
  author={Kok Mun Ng and Sejal B. Parikh and Lansing Hui Guo},
  journal={International Journal for the Advancement of Counselling},
  year={2012},
  volume={34},
  pages={211-230}
}
Through case presentation, this article illustrates the integration of person-centered skills and guided imagery into Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT) with a Chinese female college student who was experiencing emotional distress due to relationship loss. Transcripts from select portions of actual counseling sessions further demonstrate the use of SFBT in a cross-cultural setting. The basic tenets, stages of solution building, and specific skills and techniques used in SFBT are examined in… 
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