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SFBT key ideas. This free download will introduce you to solution focused brief therapy by explaining the main characteristics of the approach. Becoming solution focused requires a shift in thinking; instead of thinking about problems solution-focused thinkers tend to enquire about solutions.

This download conveniently lists the main assumptions that guide Solution Focused practice, and adds a handy list of prompts to help develop your SF thinking. Useful for reminder and revision, to help new new practitioners familiarise themselves until these assumptions become ‘automatic’, and to remind the more  experienced who want to refresh their skills.

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