Contents

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    Section 1. The backgound and principles of SFT

    • 1. What does SFT mean?

    • 2. When and where was SFT developed and by whom?

    • 3. Where do the ideas of SFT originally come from?

    • 4. Understanding vicious cycles

    • 5. Eliciting hope

    • 6. Turning on creative thinking

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    Section 2. The practice of SFT

    • 7. Help clients define their goals

    • 8. Find out about pre-treament change

    • 9. Encourage the use of resources

    • 10. Dig into exceptions

    • 11. Honor coping

    • 12. Use scaling questions

    • 13. Give it a go!

    • SFT BOT

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    Section 3: Applications

    • 14. Group therapy

    • 15. SFT with children

    • 16. SFT with adolescents

    • 17. SFT with couples

    • 18. SF in organizations

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    Section 4. Troubleshooting

    • 18. What if the client says "I don't know"

    • 19. What if client only wants to talk about problems (instead of goals)?

    • 20. What if the client only wants someone else to change?

    • 21. What if the client presents a totally unrealistic goal?

    • 22. More frequently asked questions

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