Attending the SFBT-CAC – a good choice
Attending the online SFBT-CAC is a sure way to keep updated on the latest developments within the evidence based clinical applications of solution-focused brief therapy! Information for 2016 coming soon!
Preview the first part of the plenary on SFBT evidence base above!
In the above video clip we proudly present the overview of the current evidence base of SFBT and the work of the SFBTA research committee presented by Cynthia Franklin and Johnny Kim at the SFBT-CAC. The continuing discussion in this plenary as well as many more plenary and workshops from the conference will be published on the SFBT-CAC membership site in the coming weeks. Stay tuned; more information will follow soon!
The Online SFBT-Clinical Applications Conference will have an exclusive focus on the clinical applications of the the solution-focused brief therapy model. We provide attendees with a certificate of the participation in the conference.
Conference Certificate (to use for example to get Continuing Education Credits)
We provide a certificate of attendance of the conference and send it per post mail to you. The certificate will include the organisers signature and details of the conference so the quality can be verified from using it.
If you are a licensed professional and need to register your continuing education with your professional organization to keep the license valid: We will provide a certificate with all the necessary information that you need for this process. Every attendee then need to work with their specific licensing board to get their attendance approved. Each profession has its own requirements and costs so we have not seeked approval from individual organizations or boards. We will provide certificates of attendance at the SFBT-CAC, including the program with names and short bio of the presenters, the title and description of the workshops and plenaries. We will keep a list of the attendees at the conference.
A Professional Platform
The sole purpose of the online conference is to provide a professional platform. We are extra committed to making the conferences as accessible as possible for practitioners and universities in developing countries. And to care for the accessibility for students world wide.
Revenues will support IJSFP
Any revenue of the conference will be put towards sponsoring the continuing publication of the International Journal of Solution-focused Practices (IJSFP) and its immediate open access policy for all published articles.
Cynthia Franklin, Johnny S. Kim, John Wheeler, Mark Beyebach,
Luc Isebaert, Tomasz Switek, Plamen Panayotov, Michael Hjerth,
Bogdan Ion, David S. Prescott, Michael Klingenstierna Hjerth
Marie-Christine Cabié, Plamen Panayotov, Bogdan Ion, Caroline Klingenstierna
Anao Zhang, Doctoral Student and Teaching Assistant, University of Texas at Austin, USA.
Viktorija Cepukiene, Ph.D., Licensed Psychologist, Faculty of Social Sciences, General Psychology Department, Vytautas Magnus University, Kaunas, Lithuania
Rytis Pakrosnis, Ph.D., Licensed Psychologist, Faculty of Social Sciences, General Psychology Department, Vytautas Magnus University, Kaunas, Lithuania
Marc Coulter, Licensed Professional Counselor and Certified Addictions Counselor Level III, private practice at Live Your Solution, Denver, Colorado, USA.
Marie-Christine Cabié, Psychiatrist, director, France.
Jaseem Koorankot, PhD Scholar, Department of Psychology, University of Calcutta, Kolkata, India
Mark Mitchell, Licensed Family and Marriage Therapist( LMFT); in clinical practice, training for the City of Los Angeles & Airport, the behavioral health team for the Los Angeles Veterans Collaborative; workshops & training on PTSD & Moral Injury for soldiers, veterans & their families.
Anne Hearon Rambo, Professor at Nova Southeastern University, Fort Lauderdale, Florida