Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/1946/2259
In the first part of the thesis, coaching, supervision and Solution Focused Brief Therapy will be examined from the social worker view point. It will be claimed that the skill set of a social worker is well suited for practicing coaching, while working within the framework of Solution Focused Brief Therapy. And that the solution-focused framework further provides an efficient tool for working with clients as well as constructing work environment that can reduce work related issues like burnout and job dissatisfaction. Further it will be pointed out there are important gaps in the literature on the relation of working solution-focused and burnout, a full research proposal for a research that could close this gap is given. The second part of the thesis is in a form of a handbook, intended for professionals that want to take the first step in working solution-focused.