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More than 2800 publications annually in English and at least 12 other languages..  Currently 10 meta-analyses; 7 systematic reviews; 325 relevant outcome studies including 143 randomised controlled trials showing benefit from solution-focused approaches with 92 showing benefit over existing treatments.  Of 100 comparison studies, 71 favour sft.  Effectiveness data are also available from over 9000 cases with a success rate exceeding 60%; requiring an average of 3 – 6.5 sessions of therapy time.   Approved by US Federal Government: www.samhsa.gov; SAMHSA - The National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices (NREPP); State of Washington; State of Oregon www.oregon.gov/DHS; State of Texas is examining evidence.  Minnesota, Michigan and California have organisations using SF.  Finland has an MSc in SFT (awarded in England) and Singapore has an approved accreditation programme.  Canada has a registration body for practitioners and therapists.  Sweden, Poland, Germany and Austria recognise it within their systemic practice qualification.  Wales (UK) includes it in their primary mental health programme.
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2017

  • Hsu, Wei-Su, Hsin-Jung Lin, So-Tyan Melody Sun, and Hsuan-Jung Chen, “The Training Effects Of Solution-Focused Brief Counseling On Telephone-Counseling Volunteers In Taiwan”, Journal of Family Psychotherapy, 28 (2017), 285--302
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2016

  • Golby, Jim, and Phillippa Wood, “The Effects Of Psychological Skills Training On Mental Toughness And Psychological Well-Being Of Student-Athletes”, Psychology, 07 (2016), 901--913
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  • Cortes, B., A. Ballesteros, J. Collantes, and M.L. Aguilar, “What Makes For Good Outcomes In Solution-Focused Brief Therapy? A Follow-Up Study”, European Psychiatry, 33 (2016), S232--S233
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  • Bilge, Aysegul, and Esra Engin, “Effectiveness Of The Solution Focused Therapy Which Is Based On Interpersonal Relationship Theory: Retrospective Investigation”, Anatolian Journal of Psychiatry, 17 (2016), 261
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2014

  • Dumvcien.e, Audron.e, and Vinga Rakauskien.e, “Encouragement Of Physical Activity Among Students By Employing Short-Term Educational Counselling”, Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, 116 (2014), 1523--1527
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  • Jacobs, Rachel H., Sara J. Becker, John F. Curry, Susan G. Silva, Golda S. Ginsburg, David B. Henry, and others, “Increasing Positive Outlook Partially Mediates The Effect Of Empirically Supported Treatments On Depression Symptoms Among Adolescents”, Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy, 28 (2014), 3--19
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  • Sommers-Flanagan, John, Sara Polanchek, Waganesh A. Zeleke, Meredith H. E. Hood, and Sidney L. Shaw, “Effectiveness Of Solution-Focused Consultations On Parent Stress And Competence”, The Family Journal, 23 (2014), 49--55
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  • Koorankot, Jaseem, Tilottama Mukherjee, and Z. A. A. Ashraf, “Solution-Focused Brief Therapy For Depression In An Indian Tribal Community: A Pilot Study”, International Journal of Solution-Focused Practices, 2 (2014), 4--8
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2013

  • Kreier, F., S.M Genco, M. Boreel, M.P Langkemper, I.C Nugteren, V. Rijnveld, and others, “An Individual, Community-Based Treatment For Obese Children And Their Families: The Solution-Focused Approach”, Obesity Facts, 6 (2013), 424--432
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2011

  • Roeden, John M., Marian A. Maaskant, Fredrike P. Bannink, and Leopold M. G. Curfs, “Solution-Focused Brief Therapy With People With Mild Intellectual Disabilities: A Case Series”, Journal of Policy and Practice in Intellectual Disabilities, 8 (2011), 247--255
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