In August I joined about 30 others in Covent Garden, London, for my first Brief International Summer School. Apart from the Brief guys and Elliot Connie (who was there as a guest facilitator with Brief), I had only met one ...read more
Dear Colleagues The call for papers for next year’s SF World conference is open until October 27th 2016. Hoping lots of UKASFP members will submit and attend this amazing event! Find out more and submit your papers here: http://sfworldconference.org/organisation/call-for-papers/ Thanks!
Dear All, Please find attached the Agenda (link below) for our meeting about developing a potential MA in Solution Focus on Tuesday 20th September. It includes notes from the meeting at the UKASFP Conference. Please meet just before 10.00am at ...read more
Dear Colleagues Following the great success of our 2016 conference in Swansea earlier this month we are pleased to announce plans for conference 2017. We will be hosting a two day event jointly with HESIAN Creating New Narratives: The science ...read more
UKASFP Conference 2016
UKASFP Conference 2016
‘SUPPORTING PEOPLE WITH SOLUTION FOCUSED PRACTICE’
VENUE: to be held at the De Vere Village Hotel, Swansea
DATES: Thursday 2nd and Friday 3rd June 2016
Key Note Speakers:
Dr Ben Furman, from Finland (Consultant Psychiatrist, Change Agent and TV Personality)
‘Solution Focus: from mental health clinical practice to supporting people in the wider community’
Phil Chick, Mental Health Development Lead for Wales 1000 lives improvement, Public Health Wales.
‘Implementing the Mental Health Measure’ Louise Bazalgette, Development Manager, NSPCC. ‘National evaluation of our Face to Face service, which uses solution focused practice to support children in care’
‘Mental Health Measure’ test
In 2013 the Welsh Assembly introduced the ‘Mental Health Measure’ which has SF alongside CBT for the first time in a government policy as the method of choice for mental health practitioners.
This will be the first Solution Focused Conference held in Wales. We will showcase good practice in Wales and beyond from many differing contexts: mental health, supported housing, rehabilitation, employment, older people, disengaged communities (such as people who experience homelessness and substance misuse), coaching and consultancy.