Thursday, June 24, 2021

Intensive Training & Supervision in SFBT

 Join us to look beyond the impossible to what is possible! 

This 20 hours online certified course is designed for professionals and trainees in mental health, offering a short-term, future-focused, outcome-oriented, pragmatic, and evidence-based approach in psychotherapy.
The intensive training focuses on:
  • Building Solution Focused mindset and the skill set required to conduct a solution-focused therapy conversation.
  • How to run the first and follow-up therapy sessions, as well as refine micro-skills in developing useful therapeutic questions.
Time: 6.30 PM to 8.30 PM (2 hours)
Dates: 17 – 21 & 24 – 28 August 2021 (10 days)
Platform: Zoom Application
Elements:
  • Development and research in the solution-focused approach
  • Paradigm shift: problem-focused to solution-focused
  • Assumptions & guiding principles of SFBT
  • Essentials skill to become a solution-focused therapist
  • Tools and Techniques to conduct SF therapy sessions
  • Methods and Protocols of first and follow-up therapy sessions
Method of instructions:
  • Live demonstrations: Apart from online dyadic lecturing, the facilitator will demonstrate the use of solution-focused therapeutic questions and how to help the clients work toward their goals.
  • Breakout room activities: Participants will work together by assuming the roles of therapist and client to practice the skills and techniques of SFBT.
  • Discussions: Apart from the Q&A session, the facilitator and participants will engage in conversations on refining clinical skills, case vignettes, and reflections about their experiences during role-plays.
  • Practice Session: The faculty will supervise the participants to practice each element taught. 

Contact:
  • +91 9539933211
  • www.asfar.in
  • asfarevents@gmail.com



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