SFCT UK meeting Monday 11 March 2013 – open to all

SFCT logoThe first SFCT meeting of 2013 will be on Monday 11 March 2013.  We’re meeting at OneKX, 120 Cromer Street, London WC1H 8BS (near Kings Cross) from 12 noon – 6pm.  The lead topic for this meeting is ‘Latest developments in SF’.  I will be leading a session based on one I’ll be doing at the Conversation-Fest conference in Houston, later the same week.  This will bring together work I’m doing with Chris Iveson of BRIEF, connecting their focus on description with my interests in enactive and hybrid psychology frameworks.  The session will be very practical and will include case material and transcripts.  There will also be the usual chances for participants to bring questions, topics, challenges you are facing, things to practice and work on, alongside networking and social time.

This year the SFCT UK meeting will be open to all – there are a limited number of places for newcomers (at their first meeting) and non-members.  Members attend free.  For full details and booking go to http://sfct-uk.eventbrite.com .

Further meetings for 2013:

* Monday 1 July 2013 :  Dr Peter Röhrig (ConsultContor, Cologne, author of Solution Tools and 57 SF Activities) – using demonstrations, activities and role plays in SF training and consulting.

* Monday 14 October 2012:  Penny Tompkins and James Lawley (Clean Language) – Clean language, connections with Steve de Shazer and SF practice.  Penny and James are world-leading experts in the clean language approach, come and join with us to explore the connections, overlaps and differences.


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