Individuals learn to focus on what they can do, rather than what they can’t, which allows them to find solutions and make positive changes more quickly SFBT techniques can be incorporated into other forms of counseling and therapy.
Look for a licensed, experienced counselor, social worker, psychotherapist or other mental health professional with training in SFBT.
Two simple ideas lie at the bottom of solution focus.
Nobody is perfect and this applies to our problems as well as everything else.
Though not a cure for psychiatric disorders such as depression or schizophrenia, SFBT may help improve quality of life for those who suffer from these conditions.
Goal-setting is at the foundation of SFBT; one of the first steps is to identify and clarify your goals.
This 'flag-ship' programme has been the introduction to Solution Focus for many of the UK's leading practitioners.
Exciting, energising and inspiring many participants can't wait to get back to their work to put their newly-learnt skills into practice.
The Solution Focused approach has been adopted enthusiastically within the field of Education.
This 2-day programme is particularly appropriate for all working in and around Primary and Secondary Education.