Train as a Solution Focused Practitioner, Brief Therapist or Coach with BRIEF. Our comprehensive Course Programme offers the most flexible route to becoming an effective enabler of lasting change with individuals, families, groups, teams and whole organisations. If your job is as a therapist, counsellor, coach or in any field where your task is to create positive change any of our courses will enhance your performance.
Ideally you should begin your training with a 4 day Foundation Course but if you do not have the time then a 2 day Foundation will get you started. If this turns out to be the right way for you to work you can build your skills by attending one of the more advanced Staying Brief Courses or one of the Special Interest Courses.
Complete 8 days of BRIEF training to fit your personal interests and timescale and on submission of a satisfactory essay you will be awarded the BRIEF Certificate in Solution Focused Practice.
For those wanting to develop their practice even further the BRIEF Diploma in Solution Focused Practice is recognised by the Solution Focused international community to be second to none. Many who have completed the diploma are now Solution Focused trainers and consultants in their own right. Over the years we have had diploma participants from the whole of the UK, from Switzerland, from Ireland, from Lebanon, from Denmark and from Cyprus.
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SF Practice - 4-day Foundation Programme
Four day foundation course in Solution Focused practice. 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 use the ideas.
Brief Therapy follow-on courses are an essential part of solution focused skills development. They are intended for professionals already trying to put solution focused brief therapy into practice in their everyday work but who, like us all, are finding areas of difficulty.
One of the most frequent questions that gets asked on training programmes is the question ‘can you integrate SF with other approach?’ And very often this question is asked from a stance which implies that the worker drawing on a range of approaches is clearly and obviously beneficial to the client. However in SF the answer to this question seems to be neither quite so clear nor quite so obvious.