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  • Upaya Meningkatkan Self-Esteem Siswa melalui Konseling Kelompok menggunakan Solution Focused Brief Counseling. Wardhani, Regina Claudy; Handaka, Irvan Budhi; Setyowati, Aprilia; Utomo, Nurbowo Budi (2022). 6(2) 13404–13412.
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  • Evaluating the Impact of Solution-Focused Brief Therapy on Hope and Clinical Symptoms With Latine Clients. Himmelberger, Krystle; Ikonomopoulos, James; Cavazos Vela, Javier (2022). 12(3)
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  • Konseling Islam Dengan Pendekatan Solution Focused Brief Therapy (Sfbt) Untuk Mengatasi Kecemasan Ibu Muda Pasca Melahirkan [Islamic Counseling With A Solution Focused Brief Therapy (Sfbt) Approach To Overcome Anxiety Of Young Mothers Post-Birth]. Widodo, Arif; Nurjannah, N. (2022). 2(2) 67–80.
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  • A Multiple Case Study Examining the Solution-Focused Brief Therapy Experiences of Couples Raising Children with ASD. Brie A., Turns; Rachael Dansby, Olufowote; Sara, Smock Jordan; Megan Story, Chavez (2022).
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  • Solution Focused Brief Counseling in Reducing Distress for Mothers Who Accompany Children Studying from Home During the COVID-19 Pandemic: An Embedded Mixed Method Research. Bustan, Radhiya; Peristianto, Sheilla Varadhila; Mailani, Liana; Novianti, Marsyela (2022). 13(1) 1–26.
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  • The Effectiveness of Solution-F eness of Solution-Focused Gr ocused Group Counseling for oup Counseling for Taiwanese Unmarried Females’ Post-Breakup Loss: A Pilot Study. Hsu, Wei-Su; Chen, Hsiang-Yun; Chen, Hsuan-Jung (2022). 6(1)
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  • A Pilot Study of a Cohort-Based Solution-Focused Wellness Group for Graduate Students Using Solution-Focused Coaching. Beauchemin, James; Krueger, Danya; Newman, Jennifer; Beitelspacher, Paul (2022). 6(1)
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  • Effect of Solution-Focused-Brief Counselling Technique on Procrastination Behaviour Among Primary School Teachers in Bauchi Metropolis. Garba, H.K.; Tanko, B.A. (2022). 3(1) 26–32.
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  • Solution-Focused Brief Therapy for Major Depressive Disorder: A Single Case Study. Liaqat, Hira; Saleem, Aisha (2021). 7(2)
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  • Implementing solution-focused brief therapy to facilitate hope and subjective well-being among South African trauma survivors: A case study. Joubert, Jolize; Guse, Tharina (2021).
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  • Survey of intention among public health nurses in providing solution-focused parenting support. Theuns-Boumans, Liesbeth; Mathijssen, Jolanda; de Vries, Carin Rots; Goor, Ien (2021).
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  • Process-Outcome Relationships and Solution-Based Goal-Setting Interventions With Grandparent Caregivers. Hayslip, Bert; Montoro-Rodriguez, Julian; Ramsey, Jennifer; Jooste, Jane L. (2021).
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  • Providing Immediate Hope to Survivors of Natural Disasters: A Miracle Question Intervention. Steinbrecher, Elijah; Jordan, Sara Smock; Turns, Brie (2021). 49(2) 204–219.
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  • The Effectiveness of Solution-Focused Brief Therapy to Reduce Generation Z Anxiety in The Age of Disruption. Lestari, Rizqi; Astuti, Budi (2021). 6(3) 96–104.
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  • Solution-Focused Brief Therapy for Depression Among Adolescents and Young Adults Diagnosed With Cancer: An Open Pilot Trial. Zhang, Anao (2021).
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  • Solution-Focused Chronic Pain Self-Management Education: A Pilot Study. Valusek, Jay E (2021). 5(1) Art 3.
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  • A Solution Focused Approach of Delivering Virtual Paediatric Diabetes Consultations During the COVID-19 Pandemic. Woodger, Katherine; Bray, Dominic; Welsh, Charlotte; Ng, Sze M (2021).
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  • Problem‐ and solution‐focused characteristics of parenting support, 3 years after implementation of the solution‐focused approach: A qualitative content analysis. Theuns‐Boumans, Liesbeth; Mathijssen, Jolanda; Rots‐de Vries, Carin; Goor, Ien (2021). 26(1) 163–172.
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  • Integración de la terapia cognitivo conductual y la terapia centrada en soluciones en un caso de depresión mayor. Alejo, D. I. R.; Ramírez, M. T. G. (2020). 23(1) 147–179.
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  • A Case Study of Solution-Focused Brief Family Therapy. Choi, Jung Jin (2020). 48(2) 195–210.
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  • The effect of solution-focused brief counseling on reducing test anxiety. Altundağ, Y.; Bulut, S. (2019). 37(1) 1–12.
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  • Assessing the Effectiveness of Solution-Focused Brief Therapy for Couples Raising a Child with Autism: A Pilot Clinical Outcome Study. Turns, Brie; Jordan, Sara Smock; Callahan, Kevin; Whiting, Jason; Springer, Nicole Piland (2019). 18(3) 257–279.
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  • Terapia centrada en soluciones para madres de hijos que han sufrido abuso sexual. Sierra, Erika Ivonne Castillo (2019). 4(1) 107.
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  • Self-regulation and solution-focused thinking mediate the relationship between self-insight and subjective well-being within a goal-focused context: An exploratory study. Selwyn, Joseph; Grant, Anthony M (J. Brockmann, ed.) (2019). 6(1)
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  • Integración de la terapia cognitivo conductual y terapia centrada en soluciones en un taller para el aumento de la autoestima y asertividad. Leal, K. M. O.; Vidales, M. B. (2019). 22(2) 42–71.
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  • Moterų, dalyvavusių į sprendimus sutelktoje Kompiuterinėje savigalbos programoje, sveikos Gyvensenos pokyčiai: žvalgomasis tyrimas. Pakrosnis, R.; Čepukienė, V.; Jankauskaitė, K. (2018). 4(83) 69–77.
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  • Solution-focused brief therapy for Chilean primary care patients: Exploring a linguistic adaptation. Suitt, Karla Gonzalez; Franklin, Cynthia; Cornejo, Rayen; Castro, Yessenia; Jordan, Sara Smock (2017). 18(1) 103–128.
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  • The Effects of Solution-Focused Group Therapy in Treatment Outcomes and Psychological Well-Being of Substance Abuse Clients. Sabri, Farhana; Sumari, Melati; Jencius, Marty; McGlothlin, Jason (2017). 7(13)
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  • The adaptation of a Solution Focused Brief Therapy domestic violence perpetrator programme: a case study with a client with a learning disability. Banting, Rosemary; Butler, Catherine; Swift, Charlotte (2017). 40(4) 489–502.
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  • The Training Effects of Solution-Focused Brief Counseling on Telephone-Counseling Volunteers in Taiwan. Hsu, Wei-Su; Lin, Hsin-Jung; Sun, So-Tyan Melody; Chen, Hsuan-Jung (2017). 28(4) 285–302.
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  • Solution-Focused Brief Therapy for Individuals With Alcohol Use Disorders in Chile. Suitt, Karla González; Geraldo, Pablo; Estay, Marlene; Franklin, Cynthia (2017). 29(1) 19–35.
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  • A thematic analysis of the experience of UK mental health nurses who have trained in Solution Focused Brief Therapy. Smith, S.; Macduff, C. (2017). 24(2-3) 105–113.
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  • Solution focused art therapy among refugee children. Moosa, Afsal; Koorankot, Jaseem; Nigesh, K. (2017). 8(8) 811–816.
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  • Effects of Goal Commitment and Solution Building on the Completion Rates for a Juvenile Diversion Program. Belciug, Constanta; Franklin, Cynthia; Bolton, Kristin Whitehill; Jordan, Catheleen; Lehmann, Peter (2016). 43(7) 923–936.
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  • Effectiveness of the solution focused therapy which is based on interpersonal relationship theory: retrospective investigation. Bilge, Aysegul; Engin, Esra (2016). 17(4) 261.
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  • What makes for good outcomes in solution-focused brief therapy? A follow-up study. Cortes, B.; Ballesteros, A.; Collantes, J.; Aguilar, M.L. (2016). 33 S232-S233.
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  • Self-determined goals in a solution-focused batterer intervention program: Application for building client strengths and solutions. Bolton, Kristin Whitehill; Lehmann, Peter; Jordan, Catheleen; Frank, Laura; Moore, Blaine (2016). 26(6) 541–548.
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  • “Living with aphasia the best way I can”: a feasibility study exploring solution focused brief therapy for people with aphasia. S, Northcott; K, Burns; A, Simpson; Hilari, K (2016). 67(3) 156–167.
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  • The Effects of Psychological Skills Training on Mental Toughness and Psychological Well-Being of Student-Athletes. Golby, Jim; Wood, Phillippa (2016). 07(06) 901–913.
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  • WOWW: A solution orientated approach to enhance classroom relationships and behaviour within a Primary three class. Fernie, Lynne; Cubeddu, Daniela (2016). 32(2) 197–208.
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  • Effectiveness of Solution-Focused Brief Therapy for an Adolescent Girl with Moderate Depression. Reddy, Pashapu Dharma; Thirumoorthy, Ammapattian; Vijayalakshmi, Poreddi; Hamza, Mohammed Ameer (2015). 37(1) 87–89.
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  • Solution Focused Financial Therapy: A Brief Report of a Pilot Study. Archuleta, Kristy L; Burr, Emily A.; Carlson, Mary Bell; Ingram, Jurdene; Kruger, Laura Irwin; Grable, John; Ford, Megan (2015). 6(1)
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  • Acupuncture as a Viable Adjunct to Psychotherapy for Generalized Anxiety Disorder. A, Wison; H, Hong (2015). 24(4) 231–235.
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  • Effectiveness of Solution-Focused Consultations on Parent Stress and Competence. Sommers-Flanagan, John; Polanchek, Sara; Zeleke, Waganesh A.; Hood, Meredith H. E.; Shaw, Sidney L. (2014). 23(1) 49–55.
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  • Solution-Focused Group Therapy Program for Repeated-Drug Users. Yokotani, Kenji; Tamura, Katsuhiro (2014). 4(1) 28–43.
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  • Encouragement of Physical Activity among Students by Employing Short-term Educational Counselling. Dumvcien.e, Audron.e; Rakauskien.e, Vinga (2014). 116 1523–1527.
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  • Increasing Positive Outlook Partially Mediates the Effect of Empirically Supported Treatments on Depression Symptoms Among Adolescents. Jacobs, Rachel H.; Becker, Sara J.; Curry, John F.; Silva, Susan G.; Ginsburg, Golda S.; Henry, David B.; Reinecke, Mark A. (2014). 28(1) 3–19.
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  • Solution-Focused Brief Therapy for Depression in an Indian Tribal Community: A Pilot Study. Koorankot, Jaseem; Mukherjee, Tilottama; Ashraf, Z. A. A. (2014). 2(1) 4–8.
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  • An Individual, Community-Based Treatment for Obese Children and Their Families: The Solution-Focused Approach. Kreier, F.; Genco, S.M; Boreel, M.; Langkemper, M.P; Nugteren, I.C; Rijnveld, V.; Thissen, V.; Deden, S.; Keessen, M. (2013). 6(5) 424–432.
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  • A community pain service solution-focused pain management programme: delivery and preliminary outcome data. R, Simm; J, Iddon; C, Barker (2013). 7(4) 49–56.
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  • Solution-Focused Brief Therapy With People With Mild Intellectual Disabilities: A Case Series. Roeden, John M.; Maaskant, Marian A.; Bannink, Fredrike P.; Curfs, Leopold M. G. (2011). 8(4) 247–255.
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  • A Pilot Study of Solution-focused Brief Therapeutic Intervention for Couples. Stewart, J. Wade (2011). 1061
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  • Solution-Focused Guided Imagery as an Intervention for Golfers with the Yips. R, Bell; C, Skinner; M, Halbrook (2011). 6(1) 1–16.
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  • Paauglių elgesio ir fizinės savijautos pokyčių, taikant į sprendimus sutelktą trumpalaikę terapiją, klinikinis reikšmingumas [Clinical Significance of Changes in Adolescent Behavior and Physical Well-Being in Solution-Focused Brief Therapy]. Pakrosnis, R.; Čepukienė, V. (2010). 3(50)
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  • The Differential Effects of Solution-focused and Problem-focused Coaching Questions: A Pilot Study with Implications for Practice. Grant, A.M.; O’Connor, S.A. (2010). 42(2) 102–111.
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  • Huikahi Restorative Circles: a public health approach for reentry planning. L, Walker; R, Greening (2010). 74(1) 43–47.
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  • Body mass index patterns over 5 y in obese children motivated to participate in a 1-y lifestyle intervention: age as a predictor of long-term success. T, Reinehr; M, Kleber; N, Lass; AM, Toschke (2010). 91 1165–1171.
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  • Decreasing Putting Yips in Accomplished Golfers via Solution-Focused Guided Imagery: A Single-Subject Research Design. Bell, R.; Skinner, C.; Fisher, L. (2009). 21(1) 1–14.
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  • A communication intervention for nursing staff in chronic care. Boscart, Veronique M. (2009). 65(9) 1823–1832.
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  • La Terapia Centrada en Soluciones. Una opción de tratamiento para la dependencia al alcohol. Cordero, M.; Cordero, R.; Natera, G.; Caraveo, J. (2009). 32(3) 223–230.
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  • Effects of a Solution-Focused Program on the Reduction of Aggressiveness and the Improvement of Social Readjustment for Korean Youth Probationers. Shin, Sun-Kyung (2009). 35(3) 274–284.
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  • Solution-focused therapy for families coping with suicide. de Castro, Sahily; Guterman, Jeffrey T. (2008). 34(1) 93–106.
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  • Roles of self determined goals in predicting recidivism in domestic violence offenders. Lee, M.Y.; Sebold, J.; Uken, A. (2007). 17(1) 30–41.
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  • Veiksniai, lemiantys paauglių sprendimų siekiančios trumpalaikės terapijos trukmę [Factors determining the duration of adolescent decision-making brief therapy]. Goštautas, A.; Pakrosnis, R.; Čepukienė, V.; Pilkauskienė, I.; Fleming, J. S (2007). 43(8) 630–636.
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  • Communication enhancement: nurse and patient satisfaction outcomes in a complex nursing continuing care facility. McGilton, K.; Irwin-Robertson, H.; Boscart, V.; Spanjevic, L. (2006). 54(1) 35–44.
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  • Cognitive-behavioral, solution-focused life coaching: Enhancing goal striving, well-being, and hope. Green, L.S.; Oades, L.G.; Grant, A.M. (2006). 1(3) 142–149.
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  • Solution-focused Brief Therapy with Families Who Have a Child with Intellectual Disabilities: A Description of the Content of Initial Sessions and the Processes. Lloyd, Helen; Dallos, Rudi (2006). 11(3) 367–386.
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  • The Impact of Solution-Focused Brief Therapy with At-Risk Junior High School Students. Newsome, W.S. (2005). 87 83–91.
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  • Brief therapy in adult psychiatry: results from 15 years of practice. Macdonald, A.J. (2005). 27 65–75.
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  • An evaluation of the effectiveness of intervention in families with children with behavioural problems within the context of a Sure Start programme. Brown, E.A.; Dillenburger, K. (2004). 10(1) 63–77.
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  • Solution-focused family therapy with three aggressive and oppositional-acting children. CW, Conoley; JM, Graham; T, Neu; MC, Craig; A, O’Pry; SA, Cardin; DF, Brossart; RI, Parker (2003). 42(3) 361–74.
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  • Using solution-focused brief therapy in referrals for bullying. Young, S.; Holdorf, G. (2003). 19(4) 271–282.
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  • From supportive-listening to a solution-focused intervention for counsellors dealing with political trauma. Klingman, Avigdor (2002). 30(3) 247–259.
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  • Using solution-focused therapy during a psychotic crisis: a case study. Rhodes, John; Jakes, Simon (2002). 9(2) 139–148.
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  • Solution-Focused Couples Group. Nelson, Thorana S.; Kelley, Lafray (2001). 20(4) 47–66.
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  • The effectiveness of solution-focused therapy with children in a school setting. C, Franklin; JL, Biever; KC, Moore; D, Clemons; Scamardo, M (2001). 11 411–434.
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  • Solution-focused brief therapy and the treatment of depression: a pilot study. Lee, M.Y.; Greene, G.J.; Mentzer, R.A.; Pinnell, S.; Niles, D. (2001). 1 33–49.
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  • The Effectiveness of a Solution-Focused Approach for Problem Behaviors Among Nursing Home Residents. Ingersolldayton, Berit; Schroepfer, Tracy; Pryce, Julie (1999). 32(3) 49–64.
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  • The support group approach to bullying in schools. Young, S (1998). 14(1) 32–39.
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  • Clients Helping Therapists Find Solutions to their Therapy. Shilts, Lee; Rambo, Anne; Hernandez, Laurie (1997). 19(1) 117–132.
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  • Using client self-anchored scales to measure outcomes in solution-focused therapy. Franklin, C.; Corcoran, J.; Nowicki, J.; Streeter, C.L. (1997). 16(3) 246–265.
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  • Brief therapy in adult psychiatry: further outcomes. Macdonald, A.J. (1997). 19 213–222.
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  • Improving quality in psychotherapy. Johnson, L.D.Shaha (1996). 33(2) 225–236.
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  • Brief therapy: focused solution development. S, de Shazer; IK, Berg; E, Lipchik; E, Nunnally; A, Molnar; W, Gingerich; M, Weiner-Davis (1986). 25 207–222.
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