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SOL Summer Retreat 2010

Here participants for the retreat can join and share wishes and hopes for the retreat in August. Do you want to contribute with a topic or a "reflection theme"? Do you have good ideas for outdoor activities?

Location: Fontana Passugg, Switzerland
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Latest Activity: Jan 30, 2012

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Comment by Jesper H Christiansen on June 12, 2010 at 9:54
I have recently attended Paul Z Jacksons SF and Improvisation at Il Faro in Belgium (Liselotte and Anton).
I would love to go on investigating how improvisation and SF fit together and how they are able to support and develop the flexibility of a coach and facilitator.
Comment by Björn Johansson on June 12, 2010 at 8:54
lovely pictures Jesper! thanks to you all for our fantastic pre visit, which really created some strong desires for more..
Comment by Gesa Niggemann on June 10, 2010 at 22:28
Hi all,
I would love to discuss a subject I am confronted with in a training I actually join with one senior member of the Heidelberg group of systemic therapists. It is concerning the miracle question and the limit we/ clients sometimes arrive at when people want to keep their problem.
He introduced an interesting theory about leading the client to jump
from problem to solution and back and forth, the interviewer meanwhile staying
on a kind of neutral meta level, not being a fighter for the solution
focus. The discussion about this subject is very interesting for me
and confuses my solution focused perspective. I would try to explain
his model to a group of interested people and get into a discussion
about the content and this "meta level" position and find some solutions for questions that arised and will arise... So long, I am looking forward to meeting you in the Swiss mountains
Best wishes Gesa
Comment by Anton Stellamans on June 9, 2010 at 11:06
Hi all, I posted some pictures of the venue on my facebook page (friends welcome, and the others are welcome to become friends). For those not on facebook, I'll post them here too in a while.
Comment by Eniko Tegyi on June 8, 2010 at 9:47
I am thinking about the relationship of Csikszentmihalyi's model of Flow and SF, to bring as a topic. I am also developing a flow-workshop relying on SF tools - if that is of interest, we can work around it a little bit :)
Comment by Jesper H Christiansen on June 7, 2010 at 21:59
We just visited Fontana Passugg to check the facilities and the surroundings.
Have a look here.

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