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Today saw my 101st post on on singlesessiontherapy.com (this in number 102). Since I launched this blog on 8th September subscriber numbers have steadily grown, and it has started a few tributary conversations.

Thanks to everyone who has shown interest and given me encouragement by re-tweeting or re-posting my items. I’ll keep them coming and there will be more free add-ons coming for subscribers to my blog, in the next couple of months.

More news on these later. I’ll just say that they’ll be practical, useful, exclusive, and free to subscribers, so stay with it and encourage others to do the same. My aim is simply to reach as many people as possible and touch them in some way.

I’ll keep you posted as events unfold, in the meantime, I hope this blog continue to interest, inform, arouse, prompt, inspire, jiggle, shake up, trouble, entertain…or whatever, you.

 

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Thermometers and Thermostats

Which one are you? A thermometer measures the ambient temperature of its milieu. It checks and reports. A thermostat on the other hand responds to its environment. It also checks, but then it makes little adjustments… it actually influences the environment. You might say that a thermometer is a rather passive receptor, and a thermostat […]

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New SFBT book

At last it is finished. Solution Focused Therapy for the Helping Professions will be published by Jessica Kingsley Publishers on 15th December. Do you want to work more effectively with your clients? You can pre-order now and start the new year with new enthusiasm.

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We Are Natural Problem-Solvers, That’s the Problem

We are problem-solving creatures. We love a challenge and without them we don’t grow and mature fully.

It would be great if an under-used intellect could set its owner crosswords and Sudoku to keep itself busy, but it doesn’t.

What happens next?

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