The Centre for Solution Focused Practice

Solution Focused Supervision Group

Solution Focused Supervision Groups — online

BRIEF is offering online group supervision sessions for practitioners who are already incorporating Solution Focused practice into their work. The group will be facilitated by Chris Iveson, Harvey Ratner and Evan George.

Aims: to provide a forum for people to share their experiences, their successes and the challenges they are encountering, and to generate ideas for developing Solution Focused skills.

Who this is for: practitioners already using the Solution Focused approach in their work and prepared to bring ‘cases’ for discussion.

Participants can sign up for as many sessions as they require. The forum will be on Zoom, and a new link will be sent out in advance of each session.

Cost: £30 + VAT per session booked via Eventbrite. The group size will be limited to 10.

Booking link:

Autumn 2021 dates alternate Tuesday mornings from 9.30 to 11.00, starting on 21 September 2021.

21 September                   05 October                         19 October                        

02 November                    16 November                    30 November

Spring 2022 dates alternate Tuesday mornings from 09.30 — 11.00,  starting on 11 January 2022

11 January                          25 January                          08 February

22 February                       08 March                             22 March

Summer 2022 dates starting on Thursday 5 May and ending Monday 18 July with dates on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays

05 May                                 16 May                                 07 June

23 June                                 05 July                                  18 July

Solution Focused Supervision Group

Location Course Date Price    
online 07 Jun - 07 Jun 2022 £36.00 info Book
online 23 Jun - 23 Jun 2022 £36.00 info Book
online 05 Jul - 05 Jul 2022 £36.00 info Book
online 18 Jul - 18 Jul 2022 £36.00 info Book


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