THE JOURNAL OF SOLUTION-FOCUSED BRIEF THERAPY
The Association publishes The Journal of Solution-Focused Brief Therapy as a service to the international Solution-Focused community. There has not been an academic-standard, peer-reviewed journal devoted to Solution-Focused Brief Therapy — thus, this journal is designed to fill that niche.
This is NOT an Australian and New Zealand Journal — it is an international journal which happens to be published in Australia! An international Editorial Board has been appointed and includes leading Solution-Focused authors, academics and thinkers from nine different countries.
JSFBT is a "paper" journal — since it seems that paper journals are still more academically "respectable" than online journals — but it will also be available online. Initially, the journal will be published twice a year.
Members of the Australasian Association for Solution-Focused Brief Therapy receive the journal as part of their membership subscription and other people may purchase a subscription. Members of our "partner associations" — currently ten other national or regional Solution-Focused associations — can subscribe at a substantially reduced rate
The first issue (dated July 2014, but actually published in October), includes the following papers —
- Solution-Focused Group Work in Prison — Britta Severin
- A Taste of Wittgenstein for SFBT. 1: The Tractatus — Nick Drury Using SFBT in Hong Kong: Initiatives from Hong Kong
- Master of Counselling Psychology students and implications for cultural contexts in Australia — Ann Moir-Bussy
- Group supervision in child protective service: Utilising the Miracle Question — Robert Blundo
- The break (and summary) in Solution-Focused Brief Therapy: Its importance and clients' experiences — Frances Huber & Michael Durrant
- A personal view‹Solution Focused Therapy: The research and the literature. Where do we go from here? —Alasdair Macdonald
- Interview with Emeritus Professor Wally Gingerich —Alasdair Macdonald
The second issue (dated December 2014, but actually published in May 2015), includes the following papers —
- The theoretical and research basis of co-constructing meaning in dialogue — Janet Beavin Bavelas, Peter De Jong, Sara Smock Jordan, Harry Korman
- Culture in Solution-Focused consultation:An intercultural aproach — Gale Miller
- A Taste of Wittgenstein for SFBT. 2: Philosophical Investigations — Nick Drury
- Solution-Focused Wellness Coaching — James Beauchemin and Mo Yee Lee
- Interview with Professor Frank Thomas —Michael Durrant
The first issue of Volume 2 (dated July 2015) is in the final stages of preparation. Getting a NEW journal "off the ground" takes some time and we hope that, as the journal enjoys wider circulation and visibility, we can bring the dates of actual publication more in sync with the cover dates in the next year.
Volume 2 will include a paper surveying the development of the use of compliments in SFBT, a paper about using SFBT with cases of "prolonged grief", a paper exploring the practical, clinical implications of the micro-analysis, co-construction paper (from the last issue), a paper on the role of "description" in Solution-Focuysed conversation, an interview with a psychologist using SFBT within US Federal disaster management and recovery ... and more.
Volume 1 is still available and subscriptions to Volume 2 are available now — at the Volume 1 price ... for a limited time!