Professional Development

Solution-Focused Practice: Using Solution-Focused Thinking in Challenging Situations

It’s not always easy to differentiate between a problem vs a solutions mindset.

Most of us like to think that we’re positive, proactive, and solutions-oriented in our thinking……but how often do you find yourself get caught up in the problem and never even reach the point of looking for a solution?

Attend this online workshop to explore ‘Solution-Focused’ thinking and how shifting your thinking can make a tremendous difference in your interactions with your clients. Experience the ‘Solution-Focused’ approach in action through demonstrations and exercises using 6 concrete tools.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Recognise the unique aspects of solution-focused thinking and differentiate it from problem-focused models.
  • Identify three concrete tools that would be most effective in your work setting that you can immediately begin to use with your clients,
  • Troubleshoot specific work setting scenarios and explore how the three tools they identify in number two above can possibly resolve current roadblocks.

More Information

LEAD, ph (02) 9620 6172 or email info@leadpda.org.au

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Date

Wednesday 30 June 2027

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All Day

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Cost

  • Member: $260.00 + GST
  • Non-Member: $325.00 + GST
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