Books & Peer Reviewed Articles:

(2016) Mr. Bear wants to be loved: Stories and activities for using solution-focus in the classroom. Sacramento, CA: BriefCoachingSolutions Mindware.

(2016) Ingredients for mastery: How to achieve excellence using positive psychology. Sacramento, CA: BriefCoachingSolutions Mindware.

(2015) How to make change easier: The power of the solution-focused approach taught by 9 children stories. For educators, practitioners and change agents. Sacramento, CA: BriefCoachingSolutions Mindware.

(2015) Solution focus: Bringing positive psychology into the conversation. International Journal of solution-focused practices, 3 (1).

(2014) Finding what works, works; but doing it requires self-control: An evaluation of a solution-focused online intervention to increase goal striving. Capstone Project, Scholarly Commons.

(2013) Getting out of the way: A case study. Facilitating a corporate retreat using solution-focus. InterAction — The Journal of Solution Focus in Organizations, 4 (4).

(2012) Mr. Bear wants to be loved and other solution-focused stories to make change easier: For children and their parents. Sacramento: BriefCoachingSolutions Mindware. (Translated in German, Japanese, Italian, Hungarian, Bulgarian and Dutch).

(2010) Reducing personnel turnover rate from 50% to 10%; Opening for brief-coaching sessions; and Change we can believe in. In T. Nelson (Ed.), Doing something different: Solution-focused brief therapy practices. New York: Routledge.

(2010) A high-performing factory via solution-focused coaching: A case study. Organizations&People, 17(14).

(2009) Solution-focused interviewing protocols as Darwinian algorithms. InterAction — The Journal of Solution Focus in Organizations, 1(2).

(2007) Coaching leaders. Dal potenziale individuale ai risultati di business. Milano: Guerini.


You can find 21 articles I posted over the years on my LinkedIn profile: