Solution-focused interventions for taiohi with Eva Corson

Overview

In this online training you will get an understanding of solution-focused interventions, as well as receive practical tools you can use in your mahi.

You will be working in pairs using ‘live practice’ (not in front of the group), and so will need to bring real-life work examples to use.

What is solution-focused brief therapy (SFBT)?

SFBT is an evidence-based approach that you can use with any tamariki in any situation. Its use is growing in many different professions all over the world. It is a language-based approach, and it focuses on what the child's hopes and desired outcomes are from the session.

While it acknowledges the problem or the pain the child may have been experiencing, it does not focus on it, but instead questions are asked about the outcome the child wishes for, plus their resources and strengths and how they got through the tough times.

This creates hope, builds resilience, enables new, helpful neurological pathways in the brain to develop and leads to long-lasting positive change.

This often happens in a short time frame, which makes this approach effective and ethical.

Why is SFBT effective with tamariki | children?

  • You can quickly build a connection with tamariki as they focus on hope, past successes and strengths
  • You focus on how the child managed/manages and what they want to see differently in their own lives
  • You respect the tamariki’s unique desired outcome by using their language and co-constructing the type of conversation that creates positive changes quickly
  • Scaling, drawing, figurines, balls, blocks, movement etc. can be incorporated to make these change-evoking conversations relatable and fun

Learning outcomes

  • The history, theory and practice of solution-focused interventions
  • Techniques and practice assumptions
  • Solution-focused practice with the person, the worker and the work
  • Practical applications

Confirmation of place on course

Please note that space on our courses can be limited or subject to certain criteria. You will receive a notification from Eventbrite that your registration has been received, however it is not a confirmed place until you get an email and/or calendar invite from the team at Whāraurau.

In rare cases we may not be able to give everyone who registers for the course a place and we apologise for this in advance.

Queries

Please contact laura.biddlecombe@auckland.ac.nz

Overview

In this online training you will get an understanding of solution-focused interventions, as well as receive practical tools you can use in your mahi.

You will be working in pairs using ‘live practice’ (not in front of the group), and so will need to bring real-life work examples to use.

What is solution-focused brief therapy (SFBT)?

SFBT is an evidence-based approach that you can use with any tamariki in any situation. Its use is growing in many different professions all over the world. It is a language-based approach, and it focuses on what the child's hopes and desired outcomes are from the session.

While it acknowledges the problem or the pain the child may have been experiencing, it does not focus on it, but instead questions are asked about the outcome the child wishes for, plus their resources and strengths and how they got through the tough times.

This creates hope, builds resilience, enables new, helpful neurological pathways in the brain to develop and leads to long-lasting positive change.

This often happens in a short time frame, which makes this approach effective and ethical.

Why is SFBT effective with tamariki | children?

  • You can quickly build a connection with tamariki as they focus on hope, past successes and strengths
  • You focus on how the child managed/manages and what they want to see differently in their own lives
  • You respect the tamariki’s unique desired outcome by using their language and co-constructing the type of conversation that creates positive changes quickly
  • Scaling, drawing, figurines, balls, blocks, movement etc. can be incorporated to make these change-evoking conversations relatable and fun

Learning outcomes

  • The history, theory and practice of solution-focused interventions
  • Techniques and practice assumptions
  • Solution-focused practice with the person, the worker and the work
  • Practical applications

Confirmation of place on course

Please note that space on our courses can be limited or subject to certain criteria. You will receive a notification from Eventbrite that your registration has been received, however it is not a confirmed place until you get an email and/or calendar invite from the team at Whāraurau.

In rare cases we may not be able to give everyone who registers for the course a place and we apologise for this in advance.

Queries

Please contact laura.biddlecombe@auckland.ac.nz

Overview

In this online training you will get an understanding of solution-focused interventions, as well as receive practical tools you can use in your mahi.

You will be working in pairs using ‘live practice’ (not in front of the group), and so will need to bring real-life work examples to use.

What is solution-focused brief therapy (SFBT)?

SFBT is an evidence-based approach that you can use with any tamariki in any situation. Its use is growing in many different professions all over the world. It is a language-based approach, and it focuses on what the child's hopes and desired outcomes are from the session.

While it acknowledges the problem or the pain the child may have been experiencing, it does not focus on it, but instead questions are asked about the outcome the child wishes for, plus their resources and strengths and how they got through the tough times.

This creates hope, builds resilience, enables new, helpful neurological pathways in the brain to develop and leads to long-lasting positive change.

This often happens in a short time frame, which makes this approach effective and ethical.

Why is SFBT effective with tamariki | children?

  • You can quickly build a connection with tamariki as they focus on hope, past successes and strengths
  • You focus on how the child managed/manages and what they want to see differently in their own lives
  • You respect the tamariki’s unique desired outcome by using their language and co-constructing the type of conversation that creates positive changes quickly
  • Scaling, drawing, figurines, balls, blocks, movement etc. can be incorporated to make these change-evoking conversations relatable and fun

Learning outcomes

  • The history, theory and practice of solution-focused interventions
  • Techniques and practice assumptions
  • Solution-focused practice with the person, the worker and the work
  • Practical applications

Confirmation of place on course

Please note that space on our courses can be limited or subject to certain criteria. You will receive a notification from Eventbrite that your registration has been received, however it is not a confirmed place until you get an email and/or calendar invite from the team at Whāraurau.

In rare cases we may not be able to give everyone who registers for the course a place and we apologise for this in advance.

Queries

Please contact laura.biddlecombe@auckland.ac.nz

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11
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Jun
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2024

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Overview

In this online training you will get an understanding of solution-focused interventions, as well as receive practical tools you can use in your mahi.

You will be working in pairs using ‘live practice’ (not in front of the group), and so will need to bring real-life work examples to use.

What is solution-focused brief therapy (SFBT)?

SFBT is an evidence-based approach that you can use with any tamariki in any situation. Its use is growing in many different professions all over the world. It is a language-based approach, and it focuses on what the child's hopes and desired outcomes are from the session.

While it acknowledges the problem or the pain the child may have been experiencing, it does not focus on it, but instead questions are asked about the outcome the child wishes for, plus their resources and strengths and how they got through the tough times.

This creates hope, builds resilience, enables new, helpful neurological pathways in the brain to develop and leads to long-lasting positive change.

This often happens in a short time frame, which makes this approach effective and ethical.

Why is SFBT effective with tamariki | children?

  • You can quickly build a connection with tamariki as they focus on hope, past successes and strengths
  • You focus on how the child managed/manages and what they want to see differently in their own lives
  • You respect the tamariki’s unique desired outcome by using their language and co-constructing the type of conversation that creates positive changes quickly
  • Scaling, drawing, figurines, balls, blocks, movement etc. can be incorporated to make these change-evoking conversations relatable and fun

Learning outcomes

  • The history, theory and practice of solution-focused interventions
  • Techniques and practice assumptions
  • Solution-focused practice with the person, the worker and the work
  • Practical applications

Confirmation of place on course

Please note that space on our courses can be limited or subject to certain criteria. You will receive a notification from Eventbrite that your registration has been received, however it is not a confirmed place until you get an email and/or calendar invite from the team at Whāraurau.

In rare cases we may not be able to give everyone who registers for the course a place and we apologise for this in advance.

Queries

Please contact laura.biddlecombe@auckland.ac.nz

Overview

In this online training you will get an understanding of solution-focused interventions, as well as receive practical tools you can use in your mahi.

You will be working in pairs using ‘live practice’ (not in front of the group), and so will need to bring real-life work examples to use.

What is solution-focused brief therapy (SFBT)?

SFBT is an evidence-based approach that you can use with any tamariki in any situation. Its use is growing in many different professions all over the world. It is a language-based approach, and it focuses on what the child's hopes and desired outcomes are from the session.

While it acknowledges the problem or the pain the child may have been experiencing, it does not focus on it, but instead questions are asked about the outcome the child wishes for, plus their resources and strengths and how they got through the tough times.

This creates hope, builds resilience, enables new, helpful neurological pathways in the brain to develop and leads to long-lasting positive change.

This often happens in a short time frame, which makes this approach effective and ethical.

Why is SFBT effective with tamariki | children?

  • You can quickly build a connection with tamariki as they focus on hope, past successes and strengths
  • You focus on how the child managed/manages and what they want to see differently in their own lives
  • You respect the tamariki’s unique desired outcome by using their language and co-constructing the type of conversation that creates positive changes quickly
  • Scaling, drawing, figurines, balls, blocks, movement etc. can be incorporated to make these change-evoking conversations relatable and fun

Learning outcomes

  • The history, theory and practice of solution-focused interventions
  • Techniques and practice assumptions
  • Solution-focused practice with the person, the worker and the work
  • Practical applications

Confirmation of place on course

Please note that space on our courses can be limited or subject to certain criteria. You will receive a notification from Eventbrite that your registration has been received, however it is not a confirmed place until you get an email and/or calendar invite from the team at Whāraurau.

In rare cases we may not be able to give everyone who registers for the course a place and we apologise for this in advance.

Queries

Please contact laura.biddlecombe@auckland.ac.nz

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Frequently asked questions

The event or training is face-to-face however the location has yet to be confirmed.

As we like to get things in people’s diaries early, we sometimes open up registrations prior to confirming the exact physical location.  As soon as it is confirmed we’ll let everyone know.

I haven’t received a confirmation email or a Zoom link to the training / event.

Please email coordinator@wharaurau.org.nz outlining the issue you’re having, and we’ll get back to you.

I’m unsure if I meet the pre-requisites noted or that this is the right course for my level of knowledge?

Please send us an email coordinator@whāraurau.org.nz outlining what course you’re interested in and we’ll come back to you.

Will the session(s) be recorded?

We do record some of our trainings/events and if this is the case we will make this clear at the start of the session. If it has been recorded, and you wish to receive a copy please email coordinator@whāraurau.org.nz

I’ve been waitlisted for an event, so when will I find out if I’m attending or not?

We’ll let you know as soon as we can and within time for you to make travel arrangements.

Why do you require my manager’s email?

There may be times where a manager’s consent is required to attend a training, and also if you don’t turn up, we may message them to find out if you’re okay.

What if I can’t make it on the day?

There is a cost to putting on a training or event and so it’s really important we know in advance that you won’t be able to make it.It also means we can offer your place to someone else. So please email coordinator@whāraurau.org.nz.

Will I get a certificate of attendance?

We only provide a certificate of attendance /completion for some of our training courses.

How do I register for a training or event?

Use the ‘Register’ button on the course page that you want to attend. You will be directed to the event page on Eventbrite and click on Reserve a spot.

Are training/events repeated?

If the demand is high enough we'll consider repeating an event/training. We record training/events and a link is available on request. Email: coordinator@wharaurau.org.nz

Are training/events/online courses only for those people working in specific services/organisations?

The majority of our training/events/online courses are open to anyone working with rangatahi | young people who are experiencing mental health or addiction issues. If there is a restriction on who can attend, this will be made clear on the information we provide.

Is there a cost to attending an event/training or to do an online course?

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Ifyou don’t have an account with Whāraurau then create one by clicking onRegister at the bottom of the home / training / event / online course page. Ifyou have an account, then click on the link to the online course you wish to doand follow the steps.

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What if I sign up but don’t complete the online course?

We know things can get busy and so if you need to take a break that’s fine. We’ll send out a reminder so you don’t forget to come back at a time that’s more convenient.

What do I do if I’ve lost my login or password to the learning management system?

Please email coordinator@wharaurau.org.nz and we’ll help get you back in.

Will I receive a completion certificate?

Yes, at the end of each online course you will receive a completion certificate.

What if I need help?

Email us on coordinator@wharaurau.org.nz outlining the problem and we’ll get back to you.

What happens if I can’t finish the online course / module in one go?

That is fine – our online courses are meant to be self-paced, and you can complete it when you have the time.

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