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A solution focused brief therapist will not need to stray beyond this framework if she or he is to provide successful therapy briefly. Different therapists will have their own preferred order when it comes to the second and third questions but all will begin with the first because without knowing the desired endpoint, it is not possible to steer the conversation in the right direction. Once the hoped-for outcome has been agreed, one therapist might choose to establish the foundation, what is already happening that might provide a firm platform from which to set off into a better future.
Isebaert’s work, which includes a mixture of out-patient, day-patient, and in-patient interventions based on SFBT as the core model of intervention, shows approximately 50 per cent of the sample abstinent at 4 years and a further 25 per cent controlled drinking. These are quite outstanding figures and serve to challenge the idea that any brief therapy is by its nature productive in the short term only. 28 BACKGROUND 13 How brief is ‘brief’? Solution focused work has been delivered over the years in many contexts and has been variously packaged.
It also entails paying particular attention to the therapeutic relationship being developed, ensuring a cooperative relationship with clients. Rather than the therapist having the job of assessing and diagnosing the client so as to arrive at the correct advice or prescription, the client and therapist work jointly on the client’s future. ’ This requires the therapist to accept that while therapists are experts on asking useful questions, they are not experts on clients’ lives. If the client is to be trusted to know best what she wants in her life, then it follows that only she can judge the outcome of therapy: ‘problems are resolved when clients’ evaluations indicate that this is the case.