Talk: Effect of solution focused vs. problem focused questions in neurophysiological components and electropsychological state
The presentation is based on a research conducted in India. The research primarily aims at understanding if there are any significant difference neuropsychological components (attention, working memory, processing speed, and planning) and electropsychological state (Galvanic Skin Response-GSR) during when the therapist attempts to take the clients (with depression), in problem focused mental schema and solution focused mental schema. Also, the study attempts to understand the changes in their affect, solution focused orientation, and also their subjective rating of distress while bringing the clients (with depression) in problem focused mental schema and solution focused mental schema. This study may bring new insights for explaining few aspects of therapy and may guide us in offering an explanation, in how SFBT differ from problem-focused therapy.
Acknowledgment: The research was supported by the EBTA Research Grant.