About the AuthorPrefaceAcknowledgmentsVideo GuideChapter 1. Introduction to Solution-Focused TherapyChapter 2. Beginning With Strengths and ResourcesChapter 3. The Yes-SetChapter 4. Language Skills in Solution-Focused TherapyChapter 5. Scaling Questions and the Miracle QuestionChapter 6. Solution-Focused Goal NegotiationChapter 7. Other Useful Solution-Focused QuestionsChapter 8. Solution-Focused AssessmentChapter 9. Solution-Focused Psychopharmacotherapy Chapter 10. Solution-Focused Therapy With AddictionChapter 11. Solution-Focused Supervision Chapter 12. Solution-Focused Consultation Chapter 13. ConclusionAppendix: Rating ScalesMood AssessmentChild Attention Profile
Anne Bodmer Lutz, B.S.N., M.D., is the Director of Training for the Institute for Solution Focused Therapy. She is a board certified adult and child and adolescent psychiatrist, an assistant professor in psychiatry at the University of Massachusetts in Worcester MA, and was a nurse prior to becoming a physician. Anne worked for many years as a consulting psychiatrist for a residential treatment center with adolescents coping with substance use disorders and co-occurring disorders and in community mental health agencies integrating solution-focused approaches within these treatment setting. She provides direct clinical supervision, teaching and training to psychiatric residents, workshops for community based treatment organizations, agency based trainings and coaching in Solution-Focused Therapy. She received a Massachusetts Course of Distinction award in 2016 for online and blended learning course entitled Solution-Focused Fundamentals and Practice Certificate Course recognizing faculty whose course designs best exemplifies online education's potential to enhance teaching and learning. Anne currently has a private practice in West Boylston Massachusetts where she integrates solution-focused practices in her treatment of children and families.