UKASFP Membership Number: 44

Contact Details

Name                          Martin Bohn UKASFP Accredited Practitioner

Region                         East Anglia




About Martin Bohn

image I offer support to individuals, parents and schools relating to emerging learning; behaviour; social, communication and emotional difficulties impacting on achievement. The solution-focused approach supports Inclusion; helps build resilience and self-efficacy. Solution-focused conversations with parents can improve parental engagement and pupil achievement. I have 14 years' experience in using the solution-focused approach. I have trained with BRIEF and have their practitioner certificate. I am an accredited practitioner with the United Kingdom Association for Solution Focused Practice. (UKASFP) I have teaching experience in mainstream, special education and pupil referral units. I have experience as an advisory teacher and as a senior advisory teacher within educational psychology services. I offer: INSET in the solution-focused approach. SF consultation, supervision and coaching. Solution-focused coaching with pupils, which can be 1 or 2 sessions or a more comprehensive solution focused intervention, usually 6 sessions with individuals in school. Whole class intervention based on the Solution-focused approach with reference to Working On What Works (WOWW) developed by Insoo Kim Berg and Lee Shiltz. A solution focused Circle of Friends to schools to support individuals and groups and promote inclusion. INSET and support to schools to develop individual "Kids' Skills" intervention Support "Kids' Skills"  so that schools can enable those children experiencing difficulties to develop the skills that will prevent later exclusion.


Services Offered





Clinical Supervision


Service Areas


Adult Mental Health




Intellectual Difficulties

Older Adults


Social Services


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