The framework behind Single Session Therapy makes it a flexible, dynamic and creative method , suitable for responding to many needs relating to mental health and psychosocial risks.
Many researches have shown how the typical mindset of this method allows it to be used in multiple contexts.
In this article we focus on social and health structures , specifically we try to focus on Mental Health Services and on the radical changes that the patient experiences today in relation to their needs and to the use of services.Leggi tutto
One of the aspects he asks us about as soon as we approach Single Session Therapy is that related to the benefits that this method of intervention is able to bring in the lives of clients.
The objective of this article, in fact, will be precisely to identify the specific benefits that the client can obtain through the Single Session Therapy, whether it is a single and single intervention, or whether it is part of an intervention. within a longer duration therapy.
The main models of Single Session Therapy, starting from the works of Talmon, Hoyt and Rosenbaum, which have reported more contributions in terms of scientific literature, systematization of methodology and reports of clinical cases, and which therefore have more inspired the works of other authors and other researches, there are three.
Starting from the reflection previously carried out on the opportunity to implement a SST service within a health or social institution (public or private), we believe it may be useful to deepen the issue, reporting the results of an interesting research conducted in 2009 in a family service in Melbourne, Australia, the Bouverie Center where Single Session Work (SSW) has been implemented.
How many professionals, in recent times, are faced with the doubt whether or not to include the now much debated online consultancy among their services? How many oscillate between acknowledging the advantages of this practice (such as the greater accessibility and diffusion of psychological services) and skepticism about its effectiveness?
As you may have already guessed from the title, this article is mainly aimed at all those psychologists and psychotherapists who carry out their profession within health or social institutions (public or private), who have the desire to contribute to the improvement of their structure, both in terms of quality and effectiveness of the service, operating through innovative and effective methods of intervention, both in terms of service efficiency, reducing waiting lists and responding in a short time to as many people as possible.
How is it possible to stand out from the crowd of professionals present in our area? How can I create an offer that differs from the others?
These questions today represent a real challenge for all psychologists, both because the statistical data are not encouraging, and because the tools of marketing, and therefore of (personal) promotion, are almost never properly mastered.
Today there is something new in international literature: stepped-care 2.0.
An innovative approach is offered to a now known problem: the disparity between expressed needs and limited resources. The “innovative” answer is the use of effective but short operating methods, and the use of it means. And stepped-care 2.0 goes precisely in this direction,