Foundation workshop in solution-focused practice

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30th - 31st July 2022, 9.30am - 4.00pm
Open to all
Early bird £150-£180
Elmslie House, 8 Avenue Road, Malvern, Worcestershire, WR14 3AG

An inspiring, experiential two-day workshop introducing you to the core solution-focused strategies and tools in such a way as you can immediately start weaving them into your practice.

Runs several times a year at our training home in Malvern, or can be brought to your organisation directly.

This event takes place in the splendid Elmslie House, a few minutes' walking distance from the train station and the glorious hills.

Don't worry about feeding or watering yourself as refreshments including homemade cake and yummy lunch are included in the cost. Specialty diets are catered for. What more could you ask for?

When you are duly inspired by this workshop, you can choose to sign up for the additional three modules that make up the Certificate in Solution-Focused Approach.

The workshop is facilitated by two grounded, inspired and creative solution-focused practitioners that are likely to make you feel a few inches taller as a consequence of signing up for this event (no promises though). They are namely Huw Richards and Abi Boughton-Thomas 

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