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Clear layout and easy to follow. Students found the use of case studies made it relevant to their studies and understanding of solution focused work.
Essential resource for mental health post-registration students to use in developing their understanding and applying skills in the acute setting.
An excellent book for the student SFT. It is very reader friendly and relevant. The exercises and personal reflections make the book very practical and an excellent resource.
This book presents a template for the use of SFBT skills - and does it very well. It uses the everyday language and experiences of practice which many will find very useful. There is no doubt that the text is furnished throughout with the authors own style, which is open and honest. The book is easy to follow, and its flow encourages the reader to journey through the process of the approach, rather than focus upon its individual specifics.
An excellent practical book which will be very useful to mental health nurses .
A specialised text that may not appeal to large numbers of undergraduate students of mental health nursing. It does provide very useful first hand insights into"managing" the therapeutic relationship.
A useful text which enhances the student's knowledge and skills
Well written and practical volume - does what it says in the title. I like the layout and consistent approach to reflection and further reading.
I thought that this book was easy to read and understand and was just the right level for nursing students who may be interested in this approach and able to understand more about how this is applied in practice.
This will prove a useful text for those studying mental health nursing pre-registration. It is clear and informative and guides the reader in the use of this approach in practice.
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