Solution Support

Welcome

The Solutions Focused approach is an innovative, powerful and effective way to solve complex problems.

What’s different?

The SF approach places people as experts in their own lives, with the strengths and resources to reach their own solutions. This way of working goes straight for simplicity of solutions and avoids getting caught out by the scale and complexity of problems.

SF coaching is about paying attention to what’s already going well, confirming and expanding it.

 

Making a start

Contact me for a free consultation or see the solutions focused starter kit in my book .

The SF approach

The SF approach places people as experts in their own lives, with the strengths and resources to reach their own solutions. This way of working goes straight for simplicity of solutions and avoids getting caught out by the scale and complexity of problems. SF coaching is about paying attention to what’s already going well and working towards getting more of it.

FREE consultation

Try a free no-obligation Solutions Focused consultation: phone (07770230108) or video (Skype geoffjames42 or FaceTime on my mobile number)

Articles and resources

  The Solutions Focused coach website is designed for professionals working in support agencies, including pastoral support staff, teachers and tutors in schools    

Getting focused on solutions

Is this site for you? It is if you’re working with people of any age, who’ve got any kind of problem. How can this site help you? By supporting your Solution Focused practice and your finding out about how the SF approach can increase your capacity to help. Supposing you’d like to find out more, where do you go next? Click this link, it’ll take […]

Latest Posts

Why #ITAVTRAC?

It Takes A Village To Raise A Child   Education viewed from above is a huge, unwieldy community made up of millions of people, young and old, movers and shakers, doers and don’ters, politicians and providers. But from a child’s viewpoint, it looks different. It’s a Village, their own familiar place where they feel safe and loved and told off for pinching apples. It’s a […]

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Behaviour. Fibs, lies and statistics

The most recent Teenschooling blog began: ‘The latest annual DfE statistical release on exclusions, which reported an increase for the second consecutive year, divided opinion. Whilst many were alarmed by the increase from 5,795 permanent exclusions in 2014/15 to 6,685 in 2015/16, others felt that, at thirty five pupils a day, there should be no real cause for concern. “Equivalent to a third of a […]

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It Takes A Village To Raise A Child

Teaching and caring walk hand in hand. If you and I didn’t care for and about children we wouldn’t voluntarily go through the troughs and peaks of despair and joy, as carers, parents, teachers. I’m here, you’re there, we’re everywhere, teaching and caring. The first glimpse of The Village, through the mist. This week I met Jarlath O’Brien for a chat. In case you don’t […]

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