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Once They Stopped Forcing It, Magic Happened

Posted by Elliott Connie - November 15, 2019 - Solution Focused Therapy
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After spending 2 days teaching in Chelmsford, UK with a group of passionate learners, I noticed they were trying to force their use of SFBT questions and thus were becoming frustrated. I asked them to stop forcing it and just allow the questions to be guided by their care and curiosity with me as their […]

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The Solution Focused Goldilocks Rule

Posted by Elliott Connie - November 8, 2019 - Solution Focused Therapy
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Asking the kind of questions that consistently make a difference in the client’s life is quite challenging. In fact, I would argue it is the central challenge of this approach. I was recently introduced to something called “The Goldilocks Rule” and it immediately made me think of this approach and how it could be used […]

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When You and Your Client Are Stuck In A Loop

Posted by Elliott Connie - November 1, 2019 - Solution Focused Therapy
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When you are using the Solution Focused Approach, especially when you’re first starting out, you can get into a loop where you ask the same question and get the response from your client over and over again. The question came up of how to handle this in a course I’m teaching and it inspired this […]

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When The Solution Focused Approach Is Not Working

Posted by Elliott Connie - October 25, 2019 - Solution Focused Therapy
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One of the questions that many professionals tend to ask, is what do you do when the Solution Focused Approach doesn’t appear to be working. While teaching in Colorado I heard someone give a brilliant answer to that question and I wanted to share it with you in this video. So look, I’m here teaching […]

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