Linda Metcalf, Ph.D., professor of graduate counseling, wrote, "The Miracle Question" in 2007 which has recently been translated to Chinese. While most of Metcalf’s books are geared toward counselors and educators, “The Miracle Question” is for the general public.
Congratulations to Metcalf on her new global presence!
“Just suppose that tonight while you sleep, a miracle happens. When you awake tomorrow morning, what will you see yourself doing, thinking, or believing about yourself that will confirm that a miracle has taken place in your life? "The Miracle Question" is a step-by-step approach for people who feel 'stuck' and overwhelmed by their life. It offers methods for tapping into sources and resources we already have-called 'exceptions.' 'Exceptions' are the good things we have learned from past experiences but have perhaps forgotten about, or situations that went well for us in the past, but over time got pushed aside. By understanding that our day-to-day problems have eroded our confidence, we can discover that our abilities have simply been in limbo, ready to use as solutions.” – Amazon.
Metcalf, a Licensed Professional Counselor and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, is the author of ten books on solution-focused therapy. She has presented to trainees in the United States, Australia, Japan, Newfoundland, Germany, Scotland, England, Norway, Amsterdam, Singapore and Canada, Thailand and more. Metcalf has also presented solution-focused ideas to school counselors and psychologists in Beijing. She is past president of both the Texas Association for Marriage and Family therapy and the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy.