Solution-Focused Therapy Available at
Hope Counseling of Kentucky
Whether you want to book an in-person counseling session or want to receive virtual counseling over the phone or online, Hope Counseling of Kentucky in Sebree, Kentucky offers outpatient mental health services for men, women, and teens. Hope Counseling also adds Solution-Focused Therapy to an individual’s treatment when it will improve his or her mental wellness and heal relationships.
Hope Counseling of Kentucky Provides In-person and Virtual Online Counseling
Hope Counseling of Kentucky, part of Teen Challenge Southeast, provides outpatient in-person or virtual online counseling for men, women, and teens struggling with anxiety, depression, harmful thoughts, trauma, and PTSD. We also help with anger management, family conflict, relationship issues, isolation, and loneliness.
What is Solution-Focused Therapy?
“Unlike traditional forms of therapy that take time to analyze problems, pathology, and past life events, Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT) concentrates on finding solutions in the present time and exploring one’s hope for the future to find quicker resolution of one’s problems. This method takes the approach that you know what you need to do to improve your own life and, with the appropriate coaching and questioning, are capable of finding the best solutions.”
When Therapists Use Solution-Focused Therapy
“SFBT can stand alone as a therapeutic intervention, or it can be used along with other therapy styles and treatments. It is used to treat people of all ages and a variety of issues, including child behavioral problems, family dysfunction, domestic or child abuse, addiction, and relationship problems. Though not a cure for psychiatric disorders such as depression or schizophrenia, SFBT may help improve quality of life for those who suffer from these conditions.”
What to Expect
“Goal-setting is at the foundation of SFBT; one of the first steps is to identify and clarify your goals. The therapist will begin by questioning what you hope to get out of working with the therapist and how, specifically, your life would change when steps were taken to resolve problems. By answering these types of questions, you can begin to identify solutions and come up with a plan for change. One of the key questions the therapist asks is called the miracle question: “If a miracle occurred while you were asleep tonight, what changes would you notice in your life tomorrow?” This opens up your mind to creative thinking and, again, to setting goals and developing a clear plan that will lead to life-changing solutions.”
Solution Focused Therapy Helps Set Life-changing Goals
If you want to learn more about affordable, in-person, and virtual online mental health services, including Solution Focused Therapy for men, women, and teens, contact Hope Counseling of Kentucky now. Call 866-443-1481, or visit our website, www.kentuckyhopecounseling.com