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First published in 1992. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
1 Becoming Solution-Focused
It Starts with a Question
2 Assumptions of a Solution-Focused Approach
3 A Positive Start
4 Well-Defined Goals
5 Pathways of Constructing Solutions
6 The Hypothetical Solution Frame
7 The Exceptions Frame
8 Positive Feedback
9 What Do We Do Next?
"Every Session Is the First, Every Session Is the Last"
10 Enhancing "Agency"
Facilitating What Seems Out of Control as Within Control
11 The International Matrix
12 "But I Want Them to be Different"
When Someone Else is Defined as the Problem
14 Putting It All Together
15 Voluntary or Involuntary
A Basic Distinction
16 The Involuntary Client
17 It Ends with a Working Solution
A Final Word