Can one session of therapy be enough for some people? The answer is most definitely, yes. This volume brings together the latest information on single-session therapy and walk-in services. It describes what can sometimes be accomplished in one visit, whether client and clinician set out in advance to have a single session therapy (SST) or if the therapy could have gone longer but client and clinician feel the one session was all that was needed. Capturing the Moment: single session therapy and walk-in services, starts with an extensive overview of the field and includes contributions from over twenty international experts who have practiced single session therapy. Contributors include Ernest Rossi, Steve Andreas, Dawson Church, Harvey Ratner, Douglas Flemons, James Gustafson, Rubin Battino, Bradford Keeney, Jeff Young, Arnold Silve, Monte Bobele, Michelle Ritterman, Moshe Talmon, Michael Hoyt and many, many others. The contributors draw on a variety of brief therapy approaches involving a wide range of creative methods. The book describes the history, theory, utility and practice (clinical and administrative) of single-session and walk-in therapy. In keeping with the international scope of SST and walk-in services, the volume contains reports from the United States, Canada, Israel, Australia, England, Mexico and China. Each chapter stands alone with its contribution and the reader is able to choose those sections that are the most relevant to their practice.