“[I]ncreasingly, psychologists like the one who worked with Melanie are offering an alternative, ”hope therapy, a process of identifying goals, then planning the strategies and sustaining the motivation to reach them.
An offshoot of the positive psychology movement, hope therapy aims to help people help themselves by working with their strengths.”
I don’t think any form of therapy has all the answers.
We must feel free to utilize various aspects from many therapies.
It is certainly important to emphasize the strengths of our clients and get them to concentrate on those as a way
of pulling them through their issues.