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Treading lightly: the solution-focused approach in practice / George, Evan
Counsellors coming across the solution-focused approach for the first time often comment on the simplicity of the model. Their comments can sometimes seem a little critical since, as we know, complexity is a quality that is valued in our society while ‘simple’ is often disparagingly equated with ‘simplistic’ and so rejected. However, before long, as their familiarity with the model grows, the same counsellors who were struck by the simplicity begin to comment, at times ruefully, ‘it may be simple but it’s not easy to do’. This apparent paradox – ‘simple but not easy’ – gets right to the heart of the solution-focused approach.
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