Professional rehabilitation centers provide patients with services to reduce the influence of illnesses. They usually focus on the current problems experienced by the clients, neglecting their relationship to the solutions. However, the modern alternative to this approach, solution-focused therapy, targets more future-oriented goals in a relatively short time. Vocational rehabilitation centers utilize this approach to evoke positive emotions during therapy and motivate clients to work on achieving desired health improvements.
The solution-focused approach is a relatively new technique to achieve cognitive and behavioral change, justifying its non-proliferation among healthcare centers. This approach helps the healthcare providers and physiotherapists to establish a tight bond with the patient that facilitates his return to a healthy life. During the therapy, the professionals develop conversations and inform how life would change if the solution were achieved (Walker et al., 2022). When the client visualizes the desired outcome with the therapist’s use, he becomes more involved in his treatment.
Another utilization of a solution-based approach positively affects the client’s mind by using emotional experience as the driving force. Evidence proves that when patients focus on desired outcomes, it creates satisfactory therapeutic results. It happens because therapists intentionally focus on the client’s strengths which forces him to discover future possibilities of the desired outcome (Walker et al., 2022). Therefore, by applying more positivity in the solution-based approach, the clients build necessary for the future use of durable resources.
To conclude, the solution-based therapy approach develops solutions for various health conditions and forces the clients to understand and move towards the envisioned solutions. This evidence-based psychotherapy approach has helped many people in clinical conditions establish a positive rehabilitation mindset and quickly recover from their illnesses. It establishes a communication-based therapy that engages the patients in their treatments and helps to comprehend their abilities.
Walker, C. R., Froerer, A. S., & Gourlay, F. N. (2022). The value of using emotions in solution-focused brief therapy. Journal of Marital & Family Therapy, 48(3), 812–826.