Congratulations to Jaseem Koorankot and colleagues on the organising committee for the success of the first conference on SFBT in India in December 2016. The EBTA Board has been delighted to hear that our support for the conference helped to bring about a large gathering of practitioners new to SFBT and others who already know the approach. Conferences can often be a vital opportunity for people to network and generate new initiatives for developing and promoting SF work. We have been very excited to hear about the institutional support for SFBT, plans to offer more training and the many possibilities that are now available for the National Association in India.
Lead for International Cooperation Task Group, EBTA
We kindly inform you that deadline for submitting research grants proposals are now postponed to January 31, 2017.
All required info you can find by following our link
The SF world conference will take place on 22-24 September 2017 in Bad Soden, Germany (near Frankfurt airport). Because SF world conference will be organized in 2017 and EBTA is one of the coorganizers – next EBTA annual conference will be organized in 2018.
In 2017 we hope to meet you during SF world conference in Bad Soden.
Wow! just take a look at the flyer! what a program, what a speakers! For EBTA members 10% discount!
Wow! Are you already familiar with Situations Focused Model within SFBT? Come to Krakow, Poland – visit this beatiful city and enjoy our 3-days workshop by SFA Center – Poland. This exceptional offer is aimed to all of you who prefers flexibility and searching for new meanings while using SFBT! During this 3 days workshop (FRI 14.00-19.00, SAT 9.00 – 18.00, SUN 9.00 – 14.00) you’ll experience some basic ideas around Situations Focused Model. Some of our ideas are: “Co – observe, co – think, co – create meanings”, “Death of problems and solutions”, “Let’s leave behind problem-solution dychotomy”. Following such direction we’ll present how to integrate clients, others and therapist perspective. We’ll present idea of using exceptions which utilize “all possible” sources of experience. We’ll talk about therapist responsibility in co-creating meanings. We’ll show that asking SF questions is just secondary therapist task, while primary task is to utilize clients answers, thus you’ll see that you can have SF sessions without questions. We’ll consider usefulnes of answering to MQ by therapist instead of client. We’ll play some SF games! Following and having gratitutde to SF tradition from Milwaukee and Bruges we’ll consider and present current developments based on our practice. Workshop trainer: TOMASZ SWITEK. Price: 160,00 Euro (price includes: training, workshop materials, tea, coffee)(EBTA members 20 euro discount) Travel, accomodation costs not included. We’ll help you to find good place in Krakow. Workshop langauge: English.
DO YOU WANT TO READ MORE ABOUT SITUATIONS FOCUSE MODEL. FOLLOW THE LINK BELOW AND READ MY ARTICLE (TS) PUBLISHED AT INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SF PRACTICES: http://ijsfp.com/index.php/ijsfp/article/view/23/29
We’re pleased to inform that the winners of the 2016 EBTA Research Grant have been:
Jaseem Koorankot, Z A Ashraf, & K.R. Santhosh
for their project:
EFFECTS OF SOLUTION FOCUSED VS. PROBLEM FOCUSED QUESTIONS IN NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL COMPONENTS AND ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL STATE