SFP 66 – Towards Collectivising Solution-Focused Practice: Into the Community with Hope and the Ordinary in Action with Guy Shennan

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Guy Shennan and the power of conversations. In today’s episode we talk with Guy Shennan, Solution-Focused Practitioner, Author, and former Chair of the British Association of Social Workers , about his fascination for the ordinary nature and the forward movement of solution-focused conversations. Guy tells us what changed in the 2nd edition of his book "Solution-Focused Practice: Effective Communication to Facilitate Change" and how hope is different from desire. We talk about the UKASFP conference and his best hope to have a collective and interactive ethos. Learn more about collectivising solution-focused practice, the Solution-Focused collective and their manifesto for a socially engaged solution-focused practice. Guy highlights the power of conversations and the importance of working with others. And check out the Challenge of the week: „Post poems about hope: Share your favorite or an own poem about hope in the comments section at www.sfontour.com/simplyfocuspodcast and then go to this episode.“

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