- Because it works. It works as well as any approach that I tried so far, if not better, in terms of outcomes - and at the same time it leads to results in much shorter time
- Because it is scientific (i.e. It has a reasonable evidence-base)
- It takes the stress away for the practitioner. No pressure to come up with a solution. I do not have to have all the solutions, my clients have them for themselves. I love when others are their own experts.
- It is respectful
- I think it fosters auto-efficacy
- It fosters awareness
- The accent is on ´you've got the power´, not on ´you've got problems´
- It allows you to act under great uncertainty.
- It's simple (though not easy),
- SF modifies the stress response of the practitioner and the client, allowing their brains to work better.
April 14, 2009
10 attractive aspects of solution-focused work
Here is a summary of the things that attract people in solution-focused work:
Author: Coert Visser