Here you can find translations of some of our papers (and a book) into English. Other languages further down on this page
Here are my reflections on Mark MacKergows paper on SFBT2.0. 2018:
The following 3 papers were written in Swedish in 2002. I have translated them to English myself. I apologize for the language mistakes.
Any ideas on improvements are welcomed both in regard to content and language. Thanks to those who commented already.
- The common project small revisions 2017. 14 pages on how to start a session and start developing what the client wants in a collaborative way. Press the right button of your mouse and download to your computer or press the right button and read it directly on screen.
The Miracle Question and the Miracle Scale. Two chapters in one file (14 pages) on one way to develop details and emotions and interactional descriptions of what the client wants. Press the right button of your mouse and download to your computer or press the right button and read it directly on screen.
Four reasons for asking the miracle question 2 pages on why I still ask this question after 20 years.
The second session. A chapter on the second session or rather on second session behaviour. Comments on this are very welcome – particularly on what I should I have written more or less and points on language. (last update of this chapter Sept 2, 2006)
Other stuff on therapy
- Is Solution focused brief therapy different is a paper I wrote in 2014 for a blog on Solutionsbywulf in Copenhagen.
In between is a paper written by Mark MacKergow and Harry Korman in 2008. The version here is intended for people with knowledge in SF. Another version for a wider audience is under preparation.
In 1994 Harry Korman and Martin Söderquist wrote a book building on our experience from the “heroin program”. We kept the international rights ourselves and we have now decided to put an English translation out on the web. Talk about a Miracle in PDF.
Here is a link to an old paper On the ethics of diagnosis that I (Harry) wrote early 90’s. I’m afraid it’s only getting more relevant as time passes by.From the work on microanalysis two papers published 2013 and 2014:
- A useful tool to create the feedback and experiments is the Magic square .
From the work on microanalysis of face-to-face-dialogue, three papers published in 2013 – 2015
- De Jong, P., Bavelas, J. B., & Korman, H. (2013). An introduction to using microanalysis to observe co-construction in psychotherapy. Journal of Systemic Therapies, 32, 18-31.
- Korman, H., Bavelas, J. B., & De Jong, P. (2013). Microanalysis of formulations in solution-focused brief therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, and motivational interviewing. Journal of Systemic Therapies, 32, 32-46.
- Beavin Bavelas, Smock Jordan, de Jong, Korman. The theoretical and research basis of co-constructing meaning in dialogue
- Handout basiskurs SIKT translated by Alexander Bergeon
Articles en Francais
Papers in Japanese
- The common project jp
- The miracle question and the miracle scale jp
- Four Reasons for Asking the Miracle Question jp
- THE SECOND SESSION jp