The book provides a practical framework as to how individuals, families and groups can begin to work on their strengths by focusing on the solutions rather than the problems in their lives. Focus on Solutions contains many useful ideas for experienced practitioners and those new to solution focused work, which is of growing importance in the health service as well as business and education. Therapists, doctors, nurses or psychologists will find this book an invaluable contribution to the field of reflective practice.
Clients in The Acute setting, Clients Living Independently.
Kate′s Story, ′I′ve had Enough!′ .
Sue, ′I Forgot About Parkinson′s Disease′.
Focused on Families.
Focused on Groups.
Solutions in Care Aims.
"An excellent introduction this book provides a practical, concise guide on how to incorporate a ′solutions′ based focus into our clinical work...written in a clear, readable style, giving specific examples and ideas..." (Speech & Language Therapy in Practice, Autumn 2005)
"...highly readable..." (British Journal of Occupational Therapy, Vol 68 (9), September 2005)
"...the book has a readable style with plenty of real case examples...I highly recommend this book..." (Bulletin, December 2005)
"This is a good solid paperback, neatly and elegantly produced, and clearly and accessibly written...Read it. Use it. It will make a difference..." (Solution News, June 2005)