Solution Focused Therapy : Future Focus Counselling & Consulting

How it Works

  • Looking at What You Want: Unlike traditional therapy that digs deep into problems, history, and causes, Solution-Focused Therapy starts with understanding what you want to achieve. The therapist will ask questions like, “What will your life look like when the problem is solved?”
  • Exploring Successes: This therapy is all about finding what works for you. It involves identifying times in your life when parts of your problem didn't exist or when you successfully coped with them. These moments are the key to finding your solutions.
  • Building on Strengths: The therapist helps you recognize and build on your strengths and resources. You'll learn how to use these strengths to create solutions.
  • Goal-Oriented: Together with your therapist, you set specific, realistic goals. Therapy sessions become more about steps toward these goals rather than discussing what’s wrong.

What It's Good For

Solution-Focused Therapy is ideal if you’re looking for a more short-term form of therapy focused on practical solutions. It's especially helpful for addressing specific issues like managing anxiety, improving relationships, or dealing with work stress. This approach is also great if you prefer to focus on the future and what you can do right now to make changes.

In essence, Solution-Focused Therapy empowers you to find your own solutions through a process of focused, goal-oriented questions and conversations. It’s a forward-looking approach that believes in your ability to solve problems, often leading to faster results compared to more traditional therapy methods.

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If you seek healing, validation, growth, change, empowerment, clarity, or an alternate perspective, I invite you to reach out to me for a FREE 20-minute consultation.

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I am licensed to practice in Washington State and the following Canadian Provinces: Yukon, British Columbia, Northwest Territories, Nunavut, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Newfoundland.