Moving FORWARD with solution-focused change, was written briefly after co-developer Insoo Kim Berg had died. In the article, she is quoted, saying: "For any model to stay alive it will need to constantly keep developing and renewing itself. So, we need bright young people who will do that." Four years have passed since then. Is the solution-focused approach moving forward? Talking with various people I have heard different thoughts about this. Some seem to think it is alive and kicking; others say it the approach maturing. Still others say it is progressing by 'fusing' with other approaches. Yet others say it is not moving forward but think it may be disintegrating. I am curious what you think and welcome your thoughts.
My question is: is the solution-focused approach moving forward?