Lösungsfokussierung in Praxis – ist das ein Haltung oder eine Methode? Solution-focused practice is not difficult. Everyone can learn to talk to people in a solution-focused manner. But
it’s not easy. It requires a new way of thinking where you shift your focus, and help your clients to shift their focus, from problems and difficulties to goals and skills. You start to ask different kinds of questions, you start to listen with a different ear and you know you are doing the right thing by seeing a smile on the face of your clients.
To teach you simple and effective interviewing techniques that will
– enable you to enjoy your work more
– improve your relationship with your clients
– help you become better at utilizing the resources of your client’s social networks
– get better results in fewer sessions
– double your salary (just kidding)
– What do we actually mean when we say solution-focused?
– What is the difference between a solution-focused and a conventional conversation?
– What do you do with resources after you have identified them?
– How do you activate the creativity of your clients by asking useful questions?
– How do you work with children and teens using this approach?
– How do you start loving your work no matter what clients you work with?
Kurzvortrag, Falldemonstration, praktische Übungen, Rollenspiele. Die Kurssprache ist Deutsch!
Ben Furman is a Finnish psychiatrist and a teacher of solution-focused psychotherapy, counseling and coaching. Together with his colleagues he has developed a number practical methods, such as Ich Schaff’s, ReTeaming and Cooperation, that make using solution-focused approach easy to learn and accessible to a wide range of people. He has written over 20 books which have been translated to almost as many languages. He works internationally and is appreciated for his clear, down-to-earth and humorous teaching style.
Ärzte/Ärztinnen, Psychologen/Psychologinnen, Theologen/Theologinnen, Sozialarbeiter/Sozialarbeiterinnen, Sozialpädagogen/Sozialpädagoginnen, Lehrkräfte,
usw. Die Teilnehmerzahl ist beschränkt auf 22 Personen.