From the time of my introduction to the Solution Focused Approach I could tell it was unlike anything else I had studied in my pursuit of an education in counseling. Beyond that, I was also very aware that I was learning about something that seemed to fit with the way I naturally viewed people and the world.
I was instantly enthused about this approach and began to talking to my colleagues at my job at the time about what I was learning. It shocked me that others could not see that solution focused ideas were valid and people could benefit from this type of work and further more, that many of my counseling colleagues were either unfamiliar with this approach or believed false information about this approach. It was this interaction early in my career that motivated me to share solution focused ideas with the other professionals, then ultimately non-professionals.
In the past few years I have been blessed to be able to conduct trainings around the world teaching professionals to use this approach in their work. More recently, I have had the ability to share my work with non-professional through my book, “The Solution Focused Marriage: 5 Simple Habits that Will Bring Out the Best in Your Relationship”.
Here is my latest guest blog post about my book, please help me spread the word.