Scott D. Miller, Ph.D., is a therapist, trainer, and lecturer on solution-focused brief therapy. A co-founder of the Institute for the Study of Therapeutic Change in Chicago, he specializes in treating the homeless mentally ill and other underserved populations. He lectures widely and is the author or coauthor of numerous publications, including Psychotherapy with Impossible Cases (1997) and the forthcoming The Heart and Soul of Change: Common Factors in the Human Services.
For information on other Scott Miller books and videos, see the Talking Cure website. Dedicated to studying therapeutic change, each quarter talkingcure.com reviews the research literature and posts information on “what works” in treatment. There is no cost for using this site.
Rejecting all pathologizing diagnostic labels, and turning traditional notions of what therapy is on their heads, Scott Miller shows viewers how to create a therapeutic relationship in which new stories about clients’ strengths can emerge. Raising fascinating questions about how change occurs, and the therapist’s role in that endeavor, this video will be important viewing for newcomers to the field as well as more seasoned practitioners.
ISBN: 978-1-932462-56-2 • 1999 • 95 Minutes • $79.95