The official podcast of the UK Association for Solution Focused Practice. For those who help others who want to become more effective and useful. Ideal for therapists, counsellors, coaches, consultants, social workers and other helping professionals.
S3 Ep3: Mia Eriksson - Solution Focus and movement at Camp Freja
S3 Ep2 Rachel Gillibrand - Evidence of the effectiveness of Solution Focused Hypnotherapy
Chris Ward interviews Dr Rachel Gillibrand about her work as a Chartered Psychologist and Solution Focused Hypnotherapist, and her involvement in research using EEG to reveal how the brain responds to Solution Focused Hypnotherapy. Rachel is keen for this research to be expanded upon, so listeners interested in discussing this with her may contact her via her website www.seaviewtherapies.com
S3 Ep1 - DBIT Essex - A Whole Team Approach to Edge of Care
S2 E3: Emphasising Emotion In Solution Focused Therapy - with Eve Lipchik
In this episode, I speak with Eve Lipchik.
Eve was a founding member of the Brief Family Therapy Centre so was one of the original midwives of the solution focused approach.
She is also the author of Beyond Technique in Solution Focused Therapy.
Here she talks about the initial development of solution focused brief therapy, and her wish to see greater emphasis given to the role of emotion and empathy.
S2 E2: Conference 2019 Preview Special
In this episode, we speak to Rob Black, co-organiser of this year's 2019 UKASFP Conference.
We'll be finding out what's happening at conference this year, how to book, and what you need to do in order to present at conference yourself.
S2 E1: Helping Couples Find Solutions
Welcome to Series 2 of The Solution Focused Podcast.
In this episode, Elliott Connie shares how he uses solution focused therapy with couples.
Elliott is a world renowned therapist, teacher and author based in the USA.
In this conversation, we hear how Elliott builds solutions with couples, how it differs from one to one work, and he offers some interesting thoughts on the solution focused approach itself.