Staying SF aint easy!

I really, really, really like to write positive posts, this one may not appear so positive, though it does have a happy ending. This is a topic I have written on before in journal articles and on websites, message boards and so on. I am re visiting the topic as there seems to be a […]

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SF Tips 2 “I don’t know”

Our job as SF practitioners, whether as therapists or supervisors, coaches etc. is to listen, listen really hard to the last thing that the person you are seeing has said. Then, and only then can you ask a useful question. Supposing the person you are seeing says “I don’t know”….this phrase strikes fear into the […]

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SF tips. 1.

1. If you do not ask helpful questions, you may well not get helpful answers. “How can I help you?” This is not a helpful SF question. For a start it assumes that the SF practitioner has some answers and will be the catalyst for change. It also takes some of the autonomy and direction […]

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Why a new website?

Okay, so I have launched a new website: Helpful Conversations The main purpose of this website is for future business when I am not fully employed as I am now. Currently I only undertake very limited private business when in my own time, and as long as it does not conflict with my paid employment. Any […]

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