Since 1966, at MRI we have been teaching, researching and putting into practice Brief Problem Solving Therapy.
Since 2008, we have continued this work with Karin Schlanger, director and sole disciple of the creators of this therapy model.
Since the birth of the Brief Problem Solving Model, our team of professionals has wanted to continue with the work of research and dissemination of this model of therapy. These are our best papers.
Center’s most detailed research, published in journals worldwide
Our Clients Are Able and Strong
Karin Schlanger, Esther Krohner
My Child is Anxious Because We Might Get Deported
MRI/Problem-Solving Brief Therapy
Written by Brief Therapy Center members
Brief Therapy with Intimidating Cases: Changing the Unchangeable
By Richard Fisch, Karin Schlanger
Therapist Stories of Inspiration, Passion, and Renewal: What’s Love Got To Do With It?
Michael F. Hoyt
Exclusive MRI materials, only available to subscribers
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