In solution-focused therapy, the therapist provides conditions, much like those outlined by Carl Rogers, that invite clients to participate in a relationship. With children and adolescents, the therapeutic process is facilitated by explaining to the client through words and pictures information about the structure of the session and limits of confidentiality. The therapist then builds rapport with the client, finds out what the client wants from the session, as well as who and what are important to the client. The authors provide creative and playful approaches and examples that address each of these, including games, coloring and drawing, sandtray, writing, and multimedia.