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|Other Titles:||High Helpful Significant Events and Related Techniques in Solution-Focused Brief Therapy: An Exploratory Study|
Department of Educational Psychology, NTNU
The main purpose of this study was to identify the high helpful significant events in solution-focused brief therapy (SFBT). Two females and one male participated as clients in this study. Immeditalely right after each counseling session, the female counselor was interviewed for 3-4 hours by using the Interpersonal Process Recall (IPR) method. A total of nine counseling sessions and 32 hours of IPR interviews were transcribed and analyzed based on the discovery-oriented method. Nine categories of helpful significant events emerged from the SFBT sessions, including: exploration of clients’ subjective explanation of their problems, formulation of desired counseling goals, projection of hopeful and preferred future prospect, transformation of coping difficulties into positive strengths, exploration and utilization of exceptions, acknowledgment and reinforcement of counseling progresses, establishment of small, concrete, and attainable counseling goals, provision of positive feedback to clients, and integration and application of counseling gains to subsequent life situations. This study also found that the helpful significant events in SFBT were overlapped with other approaches, but fit the unique philosophy and practice of SFBT. Finally some suggestions were provided for future studies in relative fields.
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