Solution Focused Approach
  • More than 95% of our clients say they have achieved their goals and are very satisfied with the work.
  • Around 90% said that the conversations were useful and enjoyable.
  • More than 70% of customers say that working together has an impact on their personal life.
  • Some clients call after a period of time to tell ushow well they are coping with the difficulties and problems they have experienced.
  • For 58% of the clients we work with one session is enough to discover a solution.
  • According to our statistics, it takes 2 - 3 sessions  on average to achieve the agreed goals.
  • Many klients call us again when they have another problem to resolve.
Solution Focused Approach
Solution Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT) can be described as one of the most widely used therapeutic approaches in the world. It is an innovative model for working with people based on a lot of experience and research. Unlike traditional forms of therapy, which spend time analyzing problems, pathology, and events of the past, SFBT focuses on finding solutions in the present, exploring possibilities for the future, and developing pragmatic ways to address problems.

In the late 1970s, Steve de Shazer, Insoo Kim Berg and their colleagues at BFTC, Milwaukee laid the groundwork for SFBT. And as if quite naturally over time, the development of the method has expanded to non-clinical contexts - in private centers, school structures, business organizations, etc. The philosophy and ideas of SFBT are also the basis of many coaching models.

Professionals practicing Solution Focused Brief Therapy are experts at having effective therapeutic conversations. They are interested in clients' resources, coping abilities, ways of motivating, hoping for, achieving, and sustaining desired behavioral change, and a future orientation evoking positive emotions. They are exceptional masters in:

  • Asking good questions
  • Focus on what is useful for customers
  • Developing their skills, abilities and talents
  • Discovering effective ways to deal with difficult moments
  • Stimulating the finding of appropriate solutions
  • Applying resources to create sustainable change
  • Faster and more sustainable achievement of the set objectives
The effectiveness of SFBT is also due to the fact that it has been developed inductively in practice through continuous exploration of therapy sessions and conversations to achieve therapy goals. Researchers have found that the efficacy, practicality and optimistic nature of the approach transfer well across cultures and contexts. SFBT allows clients to maintain their daily routines, normal professional functioning, family relationships and personal dignity while addressing their mental health issues.