Solution-focused brief therapy in schools

On the question of the effectiveness of solution-focused therapy in schools, there is an interesting review of outcome literature released by the University of York.

The author concludes:

Despite mixed results, solution-focused brief therapy showed promise in working with at-risk students in school settings, specifically for reducing the intensity of students’ negative feelings, managing conduct problems and externalising behavioural problems.

You can read it here.

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