|Type of Entry:||Training|
|Name:||Solution Focused Conversations|
|Date added:||8 February 2021|
|Delivery type:||Face to face|
|Owned by:||Brief Therapy|
Training courses offered by Solutions Focused Conversations are based upon a strengths-based model which equips delegates with the language and ethos of Solution Focused Brief Therapy model (deShazer, 1975) and the unique Solution Focused resources of the Consultancy (Murphy, 1993).
This training is suitable for a range of healthcare professionals.
Enables learners to:
The Solution Focused Brief Therapy Approach is a competency-based approach that owes its origins to Milton Erickson. Holding no theory of pathology, Erickson was interested in what helped people to change - he worked with the innate abilities of each person to bring about the desired changes they envisioned.
Milton Erickson's work was harnessed by the psychotherapists Steve deShazer and Insoo Kim Berg in the 1970s to create a collaborative approach encouraging people to talk about preferred futures rather than only tracing the pathology of the problem to develop the Solution Focused Brief Therapy Model.
The approach allows for future-focused, strengths based conversations to help individuals and groups to create change.
The key element in this way of working is the “curiosity” of the worker to connect with the self-expertise of the client.
de Shazer, S. & Berg, K. (1997). 'What works?' Remarks on research aspects of Solution-Focused Brief Therapy. Journal of Family Therapy, 19, 121-124.
To read more about Solution-Focused Brief Therapy, click here.
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The Prevention & Intervention Programme - commissioned by Catch 22, a social business, evaluated by the Dept of Education & Behavioural Insights Team.
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Because the Models used are strengths-based rather than analytical – the worker is curious about the little that works, curious about any exceptions to this current difficulty, curious about a preferred future. The worker’s curiosity can ignite an equal curiosity in the client because the brain is very obedient!
All of delegates evaluations, where permission was granted, can be found on the Delegate Feedback Map on our website.
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Content last update: 19/02/2021