BTC Blog

Problem-solving and its effectiveness in business consulting

Productivity and the optimal functioning of companies depend on, among many other things, the social environment of the people who form it. Palo Alto's Problem-Solving model, works for and to achieve lasting and effective results for problems that arise in any kind of work environmental.
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April 3, 2020

Mindfulness, Social Justice and Problem Solving Brief Therapy: Different ways to help

The way therapy is done has changed. In this article, we tell you how we work with the Problem Solving Brief Therapy and all its advantages. We focus on the important, and rely on the things necessary to create the change that our clients expect, in the shortest possible time.
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March 26, 2020

Coronavirus: 9 mental health keys in a time of isolation and uncertanty

We are putting this together, having had the view of how the coronavirus epidemic played out in China. They had it first and are now certainly recovering. People there struggled with conflict, isolation, and anxiety. Beyond political borders, which viruses don’t recognize, we are all human and now we find ourselves facing the same unknowns.
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March 26, 2020

What is Problem-Solving Brief Therapy? A functional model of change

We thought we would begin to dive into a description of what our model stands for and how it is different from other models of brief and family therapy.
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March 26, 2020

The untold story of the MRI and the Brief Therapy Center (BTC). Then and now

The idea of the Mental Research Institute (MRI) existed before it was born. Here is a brief history that we think is relevant to understand the context of the Brief Therapy Center. By Karin Schlanger
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March 26, 2020