This interesting question came in today:
"Many clinicians here in the USA are cautious on the SF approach deeming it overly simple ... as well as their love and admiration for the "diagnosed problem." In fact a lead at one of the nations leading children's hospital noted that he considers his team's work a "diagnostic mill." So ... the SF approach, which seeks to enhance the functional capacity (regardless of the specific diagnosis) is much too uncomplicated. And ... how can you continue to invoice an insurance company when a person comes to the 'best hopes' in 3 sessions?"
I am no psychotherapist so I am reluctant to answer. Who's got some useful tips on this?