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Franklin C,  Zhang Anao, Froerer A, Johnson S (2016) Solution Focused Brief Therapy: A Systematic Review and Meta-Summary of Process Research.   Journal of Marital and Family Therapy.  Systematic review of the process research on solution-focused brief therapy (SFBT). Searches: published and unpublished studies in English across 5 databases, 5 major journals, 2 book chapters and 4 websites to locate studies that investigate why and how SFBT works. 33 studies that used various research methods were located and included for further analysis using a meta-summary approach. The findings supported the significance of the co-construction process within SFBT and the effects of specific types of SFBT techniques. The most empirical support was found for the strength-oriented techniques in comparison to the other techniques and for the co-construction of meaning. Current studies require replications with larger samples and experimental designs that study SFBT process in relationship to outcomes.  (CFranklin@)  DOI: /

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