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Eva Golding
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Where are you based? (City & Country)
Birmingham, England
In which role(s) do you use SF ideas and tools? (You can pick more than one)
Coach, Trainer, Other
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What is your connection to Solution Focused Work (based on Insoo Kim Berg and Steve de Shazer at BFTC Milwaukee and others)?
Eva has been teaching the subjects of Psychology and Counselling for many years. After gaining an MA in SFBT, she became more involved with Change in many ways. At Change, she is currently a committee member, counsellor, mentor, course developer and trainer.

She is the founder member of the SFBT China aiming at making known the approach in Asia. Projects have undertaken includes SFBT workshop presentations at Hong Kong Shu Yan University in 2009 and 2011, and Beijing Normal University in 2009. She has contributed papers with Dr Dean-David Holyoake to the Asian Psychotherapy Journal.

SFBT China initiative has recently been transferred to Change with Eva and Dr Ricci Chang as the over-sea training co-ordinators. It is now a collaborative project with Dr Chang who is based in Mind-Pro Psychological Centre in Hong Kong.

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Multiculturalism and Solution Focused Psychotherapy: an exploration of the none-expert role

The role of the Solution Focused psychotherapist is less about confirming the rights of the client as an individual and more about amplifying their preferred social performance. The client, the therapist and the drama of therapy represent the object of this performance in which cultural meaning is simply amplified. The identity of the client is framed within multicultural narratives and discourse with which the psychotherapist grapples and strives to maintain a type of neutrality and…


Posted on February 11, 2012 at 15:55


Identity is culturally constructed. We acquire our own identity through shared understanding of cultural practices i.e. the positioning of own gender, race, class and status etc, it is a positioning and classification of ‘self’ within these repertoires of cultural practices that we gain our identity…

Posted on February 11, 2012 at 15:50

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At 5:10 on February 16, 2012, Kim Leischner said…

Hello Eva, Nice to meet you and thanks for your invitation.  I often work in Hong Kong and China as a Solution Focused coach, trainer and facilitator.  I hope we can meet one day, and if you ever travel to this area please let me know!  I will be in Hong Kong for all of March.  Best wishes to you!


At 4:48 on February 15, 2012, Leah Davcheva said…

Hi Eva

I can see we share an interest in the intercultural as well.


At 1:00 on February 14, 2012, Simon Wong said…

Hi Eva, thanks for the invite. Do feel free to loop me in on SF conversations. 

At 19:15 on February 13, 2012, Matthias Brüllmann said…
Hi Eva. Thank you for your invitation, which I gladly accept. Matthias
At 15:14 on February 11, 2012, Masashi Ishikawa said…

Dear Eva-san 

Thank you for invite me as your friend, great honer to me. 
Big bow & Big smile 






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