Brief Counseling that Works

A Solution-Focused Therapy Approach for School Counselors and Other Mental Health Professionals

$39.95

SKU: 146-Net

Everything you need for maximum counseling results in less time!

Expert Gerald Sklare is back with a breakthrough approach to effective counseling. Get fresh insights and new applications for solution-focused brief counseling (SFBC). Revised and expanded chapters help you:

  • Conduct brief, short-term sessions that lead to rapid, observable change
  • Create well-defined client goals
  • Enable clients to envision and take steps toward a more hopeful future
  • Maximize your time for rapid, observable student progress
  • Use the solution-focused principles with reluctant clients
  • Conduct positive, goal-oriented parent conferences
  • Work with individuals in school and community settings

You’ll find a brand new chapter on abbreviated SFBC sessions, updated case studies and research, helpful flow charts and note sheets, and invaluable practice exercises. This “how-to” book gives you everything you need to implement this powerful, innovative counseling approach.

Written by Gerald B. Sklare
Paperback ISBN 9781483332338
Grades K-12
184 pages
Release Date June 26, 2014

Additional information

Format

Paperback

Edition

2nd

Language

English

Publisher

Corwin Publishing

Gerald B. Sklare

Gerald B. Sklare, EdD, LPCC (Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor), NCC (Nationally Certified Counselor), is a professor in the Department of Educational and Counseling Psychology at the University of Louisville in Kentucky. Both his master’s degree and doctorate are in counselor education from Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan. He has served as a teacher and counselor in elementary, junior high, and high schools; he has conducted workshops around the United States on SFBC; and he has practiced in school settings and in private practice using this approach.

Gerald B. Sklare

Gerald B. Sklare, EdD, LPCC (Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor), NCC (Nationally Certified Counselor), is a professor in the Department of Educational and Counseling Psychology at the University of Louisville in Kentucky. Both his master’s degree and doctorate are in counselor education from Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan. He has served as a teacher and counselor in elementary, junior high, and high schools; he has conducted workshops around the United States on SFBC; and he has practiced in school settings and in private practice using this approach.

$39.95

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