Solution-focused (Brief) coaching

Fastest coaching technique

Brief Coaching is a therapeutic approach that focuses on short, goal-oriented sessions and change. This approach can be particularly effective in situations where the client has a specific problem or goal and wants quick results. Here are some of its key features:
1. Brief and goal-oriented
The purpose of Brief Coaching is to achieve rapid, effective change. The coaching process starts with clear, defined goals. Usually, the coach and the client contract for one or two sessions, which helps to focus and target work.

2. Present-oriented
The focus is on the current situation and future goals. Brief Coaching does not necessarily delve into the analysis of past events, but rather focuses on an interest in present challenges and future directions.

3. Systems-oriented
A systems-oriented approach means that it considers environmental factors, relationships, and individual context in order to facilitate change. A systems approach can help us understand the wider context of problems.

4. Focus on resources
Brief Coaching highlights the client's resources, abilities and existing positive aspects in order to use them to achieve change.

5. Collaborative approach
The relationship between the client and the coach is strongly emphasized. The therapist supports and assists the client as they work together to achieve their goals. The client is an active participant in the process of change.

6. Results-oriented
Brief Coaching aims to achieve results in the shortest possible time. This means that the coaching process focuses on faster and more efficient results.

7. Can be used in several areas
Brief Coaching can be used in various areas, such as professional development, life challenges, relationships and other areas. A dynamic and targeted approach that can be tailored to the client's individual needs. In order to achieve the desired changes, close cooperation between client and therapist, setting clear goals and effective communication are important. It is important to emphasize that although this is a short-term approach, it can be effective in promoting change and achieving goals.

Psychologist
who uses the toolbox of brief coaching

Anita Vladár