Dear Loraine, it's always the right choice to come to one of your workshops! Thank you so much for the rich new experience, it was marvelous and I discovered very important things about myself.
See you at some next SOL event!
Wellcome Loraine, glad to have your interests in our group-discussion. I indeed make a lot experiences with our appreshiative observation. A lot companies installed it with succsess after training. If you follow the group-discussion I gave the question to everybody to share experiences with SF forms or instruments of teaching. I would love to get yours too. By from the sunny and beautyful Switzerland
Of course I would be interested to share what works with social workers. My experience is very limited however, and I would really like to learn more and tap into your rich experience with this group. SInce we saw each other in Cologne, I haven't had the chance of working with social workers, but I translated the handout of Rayya Ghul, Lucie Duncan and Sarah Mousley in Dutch. My colleagues presented it to them and they found it a very useful and practical tool for them. They were also inspired by the article of Lorenn Walker: Waikiki youth circles: homeless youth learn goal setting skills. Lorenn has a great and resourceful website: http://www.lorennwalker.com/ I still need to get back to her and thank her for the great material.
Are you working with social workers right now? If you create a group, I'll join you.
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