Therefore, developments in the direction of the desired solutions from a subjective perspective can be quantified and thus designed for the clients appropriate steps by means of scaling issues. “VII. 2.2. hypothetical solutions exist for the development of hypothetical solutions in the solution-focused counseling a leading question that allows the client to completely detached from his troubled situation on a kind of solution-oriented brainstorming” to engage in. Also allows the word miracle”the client to consider a maximum bandwidth of capabilities, the reality to leave and in a virtual future back than, where almost anything is possible.
The so-called surprise question: suppose it would one night while you are sleeping, a miracle and your problem would be solved. How would you know that? What would be different?15. The use of the miracle question helps according to de Shazer therapist and client to a most clear image, a solution might look like, even if the problem is vague, confused or inadequately described. The miracle question is thus used for the decoupling of problem and solution, enables a comprehensive target and value clarification and motivated clients. VII. 2.3. under the premise that the optical sensor technology in humans developed most multifaceted is creativity techniques, working with creativity is certainly supportive and conducive in the context of solution-focused counseling.
As a result, it makes sense to invite clients to present his view drawings of the problem or his vision of the solution. Another creativity technique is the Metaplan technique. Here during a brainstorming described intuitively various cardboard cards with approaches, ideas and thoughts, put on a wall, and maps. The visualized and presented papers are then assessed for feasibility, selected and edited. The British psychologist Tony Buzan developed mind-mapping, which in contrast to the brainstorming, where typically a number of unsorted concepts produced and then sorted in the 1960s, are produced from the outset networked structures 16.