This month, we are taking a look at Research on the Solution-Focused Approach in 2022: A Scoping Review by Andreea M. Zak, Rytis Parkrosnis, & Evgeniya Kuminskaya.
Today, we are looking at the article Solution-Focused Brief Therapy in Community-Based Services: A Meta-Analysis of Randomized Controlled Studies by Franklin, C., Ding, X., Kim, J., Zhang, A., Hai, A. H., Jones, K., Nachbaur, [...]
This month, we are covering Cultivating an Understanding of Curiosity as a Seed for Creativity by Madeleine E. Gross, Claire M. Zedelius, & Jonathan W. Schooler
Lack of Continuity to Our Future Selves Leads to Unethical Decision Making | Evidence of Greatness | Episode 28
This month, let's go over the article "Short Horizons and Tempting Situations: Lack of Continuity to Our Future Selves Leads to Unethical Decision Making and Behavior" by Hal E. Hershfield, Taya, R. Cohen, & [...]
I received a great question inquiring is SFBT is systemic. Let's dive into some research and studies that show that SFBT is in fact systemic!
Can I Integrate Solution Focused Brief Therapy with Another Modality? | Evidence of Greatness | Episode 25
There's no article to dive into this month, but I wanted to have a discussion about eclectic/integrative therapy vs. single modality therapy.
This month, we're taking a look at Why People Do What They Do: An Interdisciplinary Synthesis of Human Action Theories by Harold N. Eyster, Terre Satterfield, & Kai M.A. Chan.
Psychological Well Being: Evidence Regarding Its Causes & Consequences | Evidence of Greatness | Episode 23
This month, we are taking a look at Psychological well-being: Evidence regarding its causes and consequences by Felicia Huppert.
Welcome back to Evidence of Greatness! This is just a brief overview of this selection, but there are some important conclusions that Conway and Howe draw about memory across time. We'll make some connections [...]