Solution-focused therapy has its origins in brief family therapy (de Shazer 1985). Therapists at the Brief Family Therapy Center in Milwaukee noticed that many clients made progress even though they weren’t dwelling or reflecting on the causes of their difficulties. Clients who talked about how they would like their lives to be different seemed to do well.
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