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Steffanie O'Hanlon LCSW provides phone supervision and case consultation in collaborative, solution-based and possibility therapies.

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Contact Steffanie: phone 505 983 2843; fax 505 983 2761; e-mail SoOHanlon@aol.com


Strengths & Solutions is a human development company dedicated to assisting individuals, families, organizations, and human service professionals in achieving happiness, fulfillment, and satisfaction in both their professional and personal lives.Our focus is on achieving this through building on strengths and solutions - just as our name says! Our training is based on Brief Therapy primarily Solution Oriented, Solution Focused and Narrative Approaches. We are based in Thunder Bay, Ontario CANADA. Our workshops are generally geared to introductory level participants although some intermediate training is available. We have presented throughout Ontario and in British Columbia. Principals are: Shawn Untinen, MSW, Eileen Woodbeck, CYW and Wanda MacArthur CYW. We are available to provide workshops and seminars throughout Canada and the U.S. mid-west. For a full information package of our services, contact Shawn Untinen by E-mail at strengths@norlink.net or by phone at (807)345-2893

Center for Collaborative Change


My name is Bob Bertolino and I'm a therapist in the St. Charles/St. Louis, Missouri area. I work mostly with adolescents (and their families) who are experiencing trouble at home, school, or with the law, and those who have been traumatized. I also train and teach workshops on collaborative, solution and possibility-oriented therapies. I can be reached by e-mail at 102102.65@compuserve.com, by phone/fax @ 314.441.7779, or at Therapeutic Collaborations Consultation & Training, 1237 Saddlemaker Dr.. St. Charles, MO. 63304.
The Baltimore-Washington Brief Therapy Institute, Inc. (BWBTI) is a training, consultation, and conference planning group centrally located on the East Coast in the US's fourth largest metropolitan area. The BWBTI provides a continuum of high-quality, time- and cost-effective training opportunities ranging from large-scale conferences (including distinguished presenter Michele Weiner-Davis, Scott Miller, Larry Hopwood, Peter Sifneos, Bill O'Hanlon, and Ben Furman), to individual and group supervision and consultation, and on-site agency trainings in solution-based brief therapy and how to evolve your practice from psychodynamic to solutions. The BWBTI is also the only provider of advanced level certification in brief therapy and can connect patient to well-trained brief therapy providers in the Mid-Atlantic region. Contact the directors, Norma Berlin or Dan Buccino, P.O. Box 5686, Baltimore, MD 21210 USA, 410/655-0818, fax 410/889-9239.
The Solution Center in Nanuet, New York, offers ongoing training in solution-based and possibility therapy. The staff, who have all trained extensively with Bill O'Hanlon, offer training, supervision, and workshops on specific subjects. Pricipals are Nina Martin, BSN, CSW, Sandford Landa, ACSW, MPA, Helen Fishman, CSW, LCSW, and Susan Solar, CSW. (This is a nice group of folks. I'm their official consultant.-Bill) Call 914-623-7782.
Joan D. Atwood, Ph.D. is a practicing therapist in Rockville Centre, New York. She is the past president of NYAMFT, is an AAMFT Approved Supervisor. She is the Director of the Graduate Programs in Marriage and Family Therapy at Hofstra University, Hempstead, New York. Joan is also the director of the Long Island Family Therapists. She has written extensively on social constructionist therapy. She runs advanced supervision seminars and workshops in the New York area. For more information, please call 516-764-2526 or e mail her at CPRJDA@Hofstra.Edu.
I'm a brief therapist in Fort Worth, TX. If you'd like to have someone to trust with referrals in the Dallas/Fort Worth area, let me know...if I can't see 'em, I can give them some decent referrals for services. Check me out with Bill, if you'd like...we share the same sense of jocularity. Contact me, Frank Thomas, at 817-898-2689 (Texas Woman's University's Family Therapy Program) or fax at 817-263-4140. E-mail is f_2thomas@twu.edu Let's be careful out there.
Ernst Salamon does training and consultation all over Sweden and is one of the codevelopers of the AGS Commissioner Model, which helps therapists not impose their agendas on clients. He is an old friend of mine and has presented at both Therapeutic Conversations conferences. Contact: Ernst Salamon, Revisorsvagen 10, 120 47 Enskede Gara, SWEDEN, Telephone 011+46+8+91-30-30; Fax 011+46+8+91-30-30; e-mail ernst.salamon@swipnet.se.
Ben Furman practices, teaches and writes about therapy in Helsinki,Finland. He has an interesting home page at www.helsinki.fi/~furman. Or e-mail him at: ben.furman@helsinki.fi.
Martin Davenport, LPC., a Solution Focused therapist in Richmond, Virginia. My office is located at 2303 N. Parham Road and my phone number is +1-804- 740-8541. My specialty is in working with people who are in transition and stress due to changes in relationships, family or work. I work with adults in either individual or couples counseling as well as in groups. I am also a certified hypnotherapist. In addition I have experience in working with people who were sexually abused as children and people who abuse substances. e-mail: MDavnprt@aol.com


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