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Find Your Solutions With a Licensed Therapist

As a student, I always sweated, felt nervous and anxious before exams.

When seeking a job, I didn't know how to perform well in a professional interview.

Although entered the workplace, I had trouble finding my own strengths.


If you are also facing the same situation as I was and looking for some solutions,

here is what you need - A Solution-Focused Brief Therapy.

What topics are covered?

Stress Management

Workforce Preparation

Motivation Counseling


  • Stress Management

    • Financial Stress (graduating, no enough saving)

    • Family Issues During Covid

    • Work/Study and Life Balance

    • Life Transitions

  • Workforce Preparation

    • Strength Exploration

    • Interview Anxiety

    • Guided Simulations for Performance Anxiety

    • Career Counseling

    • Organizational Skills

    • Scaffolding Job Application Process

    • Interview Coaching

  • Motivation Counseling

  • Social Isolation

  • Depression

  • Finding Self-worth

  • Dealing with Failures (or the fear of it)

  • Perfectionism

​To register, please fill out the form below and we will contact you shortly. 

What is Solution-Focused Therapy (SFBT)?




Therapeutic approach

Developed by Steve de Shazer, and Insoo Kim Berg, SFBT is future-focused, goal-directed, and focuses on solutions, rather than on the problems that brought clients to seek therapy.

SFBT is a short-term goal-focused evidence-based therapeutic approach, which incorporates positive psychology principles and practices, and which helps clients change by constructing solutions rather than focusing on problems. In the most basic sense, SFBT is a hope-friendly, positive emotion eliciting, future-oriented vehicle for formulating, motivating, achieving, and sustaining desired behavioral change.

Foundation of SFBT: goal-setting.

Why should I do Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT)?

  • SFBT helps you find tools that can be used immediately to manage symptoms and cope with challenges when experiencing difficulties.

  • SFBT helps you identify and develop skills that you may already have.

  • SFBT encourages you to imagine the future you desire and then work to collaboratively develop a series of steps to achieve those goals. 

  • Therapists who practice SFBT will guide you in therapy through the process of recognizing what is working for you, help you explore how best to continue practicing those strategies, and encourage you to acknowledge and celebrate success.

  • Therapists of SFBT will also support you in therapy as you experiment with new problem-solving approaches.

Practical tools

Identify skills

Explore strategies


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