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Taking a position in horrible times?

In many countries we seem to be living through tough times, with populations divided, people turning and being turned upon each other, crimes of violence growing, and poverty and deprivation affecting more and more of our neighbours. Where does Solution Focus stand in this? Should we be changing what we do? Evan George responds.

Trains and Planes

Recently a course attender asked the question ‘so what do you do when the client’s best hopes are very specific – for example ‘I just want to get over my fear of flying’? Here is Chris Iveson’s wonderful response.

Managing Problem Focused Environments

Many of those drawing on Solution Focus in their work are based in organisations that impose certain expectations and demands. Often these expectations and demands can be thought of as 'problem-focused'. Chris Iveson shares some of his thoughts about how to manage such environments.

Blaming our clients!

Clients feeling 'blamed' by professionals is not an uncommon experience and is never productive or useful. So how do Solution Focused practitioners transform the 'blaming' process and turn it into something positive? Evan George shares some thoughts.

10 ideas for Solution Focused Brief Therapy with Families

Chris Iveson shares his thinking about using the Solution Focused approach with Families. Solution Focused Practice is always the same and yet always different. Chris leads you through the sameness and the difference and working with families will never seem so daunting again.