This article explores possible connections between solution-focused practice, collective action, and social change. It considers how solution-focused practice might enter and be used in such contexts. A case is made for collective action as one type of response to the sort of difficulties that lead people to seek therapy. This is addressed first in a solution-focused way, by considering characteristics of the approach that might help its adaptation for social and collective action. Finally, ideas are offered to make solution-focused practice more suited to such endeavors.
"Towards a Critical Solution-Focused Practice?,"
Journal of Solution Focused Practices: Vol. 4:
1, Article 6.
Available at: https://digitalscholarship.unlv.edu/journalsfp/vol4/iss1/6