Saturday, May 21, 2016

Proposal Guidelines
We accept 3 types of proposals:
1.     Workshop presentations (90 minutes) -16 slots available
2.     Paper presentations (20 minutes)
3.     Poster presentations

Workshop Presentation: Proposal (Maximum 1500 words) for workshop presentation are invited, relating to the theme of the conference as well as broader areas of Solution Focused Approach. The workshops are a kind of interactive session by making all participants involved. The proposals are also expected to describe the target participants and their level of training, and the logistics needed.  The acceptance of the workshop proposal will be depending up on the theme and the benefit for participants.

Paper/Poster Presentations: Abstracts (Maximum 300 words) for individual papers and posters are invited, relating to the theme of the conference as well as broader areas of Solution Focused Approach. The abstract should describe the Purpose, Method, Results, and Contributions of the research, and up to 5 key words. Please indicate the desired mode of presentation (ORAL/POSTER) and the subtheme on the top of the abstract. Use 12‐point Times New Roman font for the text with single line spacing without indentations. Owing to limitation of space and time, the Scientific Committee retains the right to reject abstracts and to assign alternate mode of presentation.

Please Note: All proposals will be blind reviewed by scientific committee. Accepted proposals will be published. Presenters should send their brief bio (no more than 125 words) with a passport size photograph on acceptance of their proposal.

Friday, May 13, 2016

International Conference on Solution Focused Practices 2016 (ICSFP2016)

Date: 22-24/December 2016
Venue: University of Calicut, Kozhikode (Calicut), Kerala, India

Jointly Organized by
Association for Solution Focused Practices-India (ASFP-I) &
CDMRP, Department of Psychology, University of Calicut
Human Care Foundation (HCF)

Supported by
European Brief Therapy Association (EBTA)

Theme: Solution Focused Practices in Community and Disability Management.

Contact:,  +91 80899 33211

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