One of the unique elements of solution focused therapy is the "break" and the delivery of end-of-session feedback to the client. In episode 11 of Leading From Behind, we begin the first of two shows devoted to this topic.
In particular, we examine the rationale for providing very deliberate feedback to the client and the importance of taking an actual break to develop it. We also identify four key components of the feedback.
In the resource segment of this episode we identify three books that serve as examples of the diverse settings where solution focused practice can be utilized. Links mentioned in the program are as follows:
Hope in Action: Solution Focused Conversations About Suicide by Heather Fiske (2008)
Solution Focused Treatment of Domestic Violence Offenders: Accountability For Change by Mo Yee Lee, John Sebold & Adriana Uken (2003)
Signs of Safety by Andrew Turnell & Steve Edwards (1999)