Photography – a powerful tool in Solution Focused use
One of the key issues in SF work is to make the future perfect strong and vibrant. Every SF coach knows how useful metaphors and pictures can be in this work. In addition to writing and drawing, photography provides an inspirational and productive tool for client work. This article presents a number of ways to use photography in SF coaching and teaching with both individuals and groups. Pre-existing photographs and taking new photos can be effectively used to enhance self-reflection and learning. Photography can make the future perfect tangible and real – in a genuine way.
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Document Type: Case Report
Publication date: November 1, 2012
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