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    A brief description of the specific presenting problem or specific client population you selected. 100 Words. Explain both the effectiveness and challenges of brief therapy and/or solution-focused brief therapy interventions with the problem or client population. Support your response with empirically supported treatment and evidence-based practice.

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    Welcome to BM! Please rate 5/5 for my 100 words of notes and references. Your business is valuable to me! Thank you so much for using BrainMass.com!

    As you offer a brief description of the specific presenting problem or specific client population you selected, teen depression is one example to use.

    As you explain both the effectiveness and challenges of solution-focused brief therapy interventions with the problem or client population, teens' fluctuation hormones and puberty may pose a problem for this intervention since teens are often moody and negative.

    Research from this article shows how solution-focused approaches can assist teens with depression:

    Bonnington, S. B. (1993). Solution-focused brief therapy: Helpful interventions for school counselors. School ...

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    This posting briefly explains both the effectiveness and challenges of solution-focused brief therapy interventions.

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