Some therapeutic approaches go deep to understand the root psychological sources of your problems, while others focus mainly on the solutions. Solution-focused therapy (SFT), sometimes called Solution-focused Brief Therapy (SFBT), focuses intently on finding solutions to your mental and emotional issues and problems to get you on track to achieving your goals in less time.
Solutions-Focused Therapy helps you develop problem solving skills by focusing on the impact of your present decisions on your future. SFT focuses less on why a problem exists or how it came about and more on what can be done to solve it.
If you have unresolved problems that are affecting your daily life, solution-focused therapy may be the answer.
The benefits of solution-focused therapy are numerous, but here are just a few:
Solution-focused therapy is helpful for people suffering from a range of mental health concerns and disorders, as well as those who are going through tough situations or big life changes. You may find that it’s exactly what you need to move forward in life in a meaningful way.
If you’re curious if now is the time to start therapy, check out this advice by licensed therapist Ashley Hamm about the 5 signs that you might benefit from therapy.
Being that solution-focused therapy is not as widely used as other therapy types, it can be difficult to find a qualified solution-focused therapist. Mental Health Match can help you get started by matching you with a local therapist or counselor in minutes! Start by browsing experts below or by using our free therapist matching tool.