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SELECTED SFBT BIBLIOGRAPHY FOR FRS WORKERS


Berg, I.K. (1994). Family Based Services: A Solution-Focused Approach. New York: Norton & Co.

Berg, I. K. & deShazer, S. (1993) Making numbers talk. In Friedman, S. The New Language of Change: Constructive Collaboration in Psychotherapy. New York: Guilford Press.

Berg, I.K. & Gallagher, D. (1989). Solution-focused treatment with adolescent substance abusers. In Todd, T. & Selekman, M. (Eds.) Family Treatment of Adolescent Substance Abusers. San Francisco: Grove Press.

Berg, I.K., & Jaya, A. (1993). Different and the same: Family therapy with Asian- American families. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 19(1): 31-38.

Berg, I.K. & Kelly, S. (2000). Building Solutions in Child Protective Services. New York: Norton & Co.

DeJong, P. & Berg, I.K. (2001) Interviewing for Solutions, 2nd ed. Pacific Grove, CA: Brooks/Cole.

De Jong, P. & Miller, S. (1995). How to interview for client strengths. Social Work, 40: 729-736.

deShazer, S. (1984). The death of resistance. Family Process, 23: 11-21.

Turnell, A & Edwards, (1999). Signs of Safety: A Solution and Safety Oriented Approach to Child Protection Casework. New York: Norton & Co.

Turnell, A. & Essex, S. (2006) Working with Denied Child Abuse. Buckingham, U.K.: Open University Press.

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