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A Scientist vs. A Chef, and an SFBT Lesson

Posted by Elliott Connie - November 19, 2017 - Solution Focused Therapy
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This approach is so much more than just the techniques. Many people in our field inaccurately believe they can learn the techniques and thus will have mastery of the approach. This is a recipe for disaster, and I was watching a cooking show recently that demonstrated exactly why.

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The Importance of Being Yourself in Session

Posted by Elliott Connie - November 12, 2017 - Solution Focused Therapy
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Whenever we learn a new skill it is hard to use the new skill fluently. At times we look robotic or overly technical but the task is always to become so comfortable with new skill that you can use while just being yourself. This video is about how to be that comforts when using SFBT.

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Always Remember, We Are Too Hard On Ourselves

Posted by Elliott Connie - November 4, 2017 - Solution Focused Therapy
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This week I worked with a couple that reminded me of an important lesson. It occurred during their second session, which started off kind of rocky. Then, amazing happened and I had a realization. In this video I share what hit me and how it could help you too.

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What About Those Clients That Don’t Have Any Strengths?

Posted by Elliott Connie - October 28, 2017 - Solution Focused Therapy
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This work is tough, there is no doubt. We talk to clients when they are really struggling and, in some cases, they don’t even want to be talking to us. In other cases, the strengths we are supposed to highlight in SFBT are hard to find. This leads to a common question, what clients that […]

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