Solution Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT) CPD (two-part CPD)

Continuing Professional Development (CPD) available for CPHT Graduates

Date: TBA
Timings: 10am to 5pm
Location: Online Zoom Conferencing
Lecturer: Alex Brounger
Hosted by: CPHT Belfast
Contact: 07738 665172 or

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About the Course

Aim:  To give a broader understanding of SFBT, its tools, techniques and development and to improve practitioners’ ability to apply the most useful parts effectively in the consulting room.

SFBT is one of the cornerstones of our work as Solution Focused Hypnotherapists. Whilst there are differences between SFBT and what we do there is also, obviously, some very strong common ground. This CPD will improve your understanding of how the SFBT model works and broaden your ability to ask your clients solution focused questions.

Discussing the pertinent research that demonstrates its effectiveness, this CPD helps us explain why we work in the way we do, what to listen out for when talking to our clients and how we help them create a better, brighter more detailed picture of a more positive future.

Packed full of those golden nuggets we all look for in a CPD, it will help refresh your practice, build your confidence and motivate you. You will be better equipped to help your clients just that little bit harder to meet their goals.

This CPD is a module on the AHD.

About the Lecturer

Alex Brounger

Alex trained at CPHT Bristol with David Newton in 2011.  He became more broadly known amongst Solution Focused Hypnotherapists with his enormously successful Miracle Question Workshop. Now Senior Lecturer for CPHT Belfast, Edinburgh and Glasgow, Alex is also Head of CPHT’s Level Five qualifications, managing the Advanced Hypnotherapy Diploma (AHD) and delivering the Supervisor’s Course.

Despite all of this, Alex maintains a busy and successful practice working with clients largely online or over the telephone. A passionate proponent of Solution Focused Hypnotherapy and the Solution Focused approach, Alex was recently described as being at “the very top of his game” by fellow hypnotherapists. He likes the direct approach, being about as subtle as a brick through a glass window.