Training for professionals
who want to lead their industry
We are different because we teach by focusing on the practical applications, not just theory. Our specialty trainings utilize real cases and high engagement with our trainers. We have specialized trainings of real cases and dynamics with our teachers.
Brief Therapy Certificate®
Problem-Solving Brief Therapy
The Brief Therapy Center started in 1967 at the Mental Research Institute (MRI) in Palo Alto, CA as a research project led by Richard Fisch in collaboration with John Weakland and Paul Watzlawick (Jay Haley and Don Jackson also participated at the beginning) to invent a more effective therapy method in the context of psychoanalysis.
Today we know it as Problem-Solving Brief Therapy®, The Brief Therapy Center® is thriving after the closure of the MRI and is the leading institution promoting this form of therapy in the world
From the Brief Therapy Center® we carry out an important work of dissemination and research of the Brief Problem Solving® therapy model. Our team constantly publishes advances, news and research.
Problem Solving Brief Therapy: the trunk of the tree
The untold story of the MRI and the Brief Therapy Ce...
What is Problem-Solving Brief Therapy? A functional ...
Coronavirus: 9 mental health keys in a time of isola...
Problem-solving and its effectiveness in business co...
How therapists see the client determines the reality...
The most effective professionals are coming out of our trainings
Karin Schlanger was the only one to learn from the creators of Brief Problem Solving Therapy®, which is why her methodology is so successful.
Donec dictum est ut ante ultricies.
Personal relationships keep the Center’s global ambition alive
Meet our team
The professionals of the Brief Therapy Center® would love to have you onboard!