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Philosophical, solution focused and narrative training for companies

Solution oriented training aims at finding a solutions for problematic situations and at increasing its working capacity. Direction is future, which takes its form in present.

Narrative schooling is grounded on the vision that people’s, societies’and even nations’ history can be seen as a story, but instead of one story there are always many different stories. Sometimes so called problem story becomes too strong and takes over from stories of success and courage. In this case it is important to strengthen positive stories.

Philosophical training for groups: Socratic Dialog is a specific form of discussion which has been developed in Götting University in Germany in the 1920’s. The creator of the method was Nellson. His aim was to have a form of discussion where participants are equals. Topic of the discussion can be timeless, such as freedom or love, or it can be something that interests or touches the group. It is important that participants are discussing in the light of their very own experience, not by quoting authorises.

Socratic dialogue is suitable when you need to deepen your understanding of a specific topic or problem by trying to find solutions and compromises.

Solution-Focused Brief Therapy group treatment is based on over twenty years of theoretical development, clinical practice, and empirical research (e.g., de Shazer et al.,1986; Berg & Miller, 1992; Berg, 1994; De Jong & Berg (2008); de Shazer, Dolan et al., 2006). Solution-Focused Brief Therapy is different in many ways from traditional approaches to treatment. It is a competency-based model, which minimizes emphasis on past failings and problems, and instead focuses on clients’ strengths and previous successes.

  • No problem happens all the time. There are exceptions – that is, times when the problem could have happened but didn’t – that can be used by the client and therapist to co-construct solutions.