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Academy of Solution Focused Training
www.sf-academy.com, 24 Nov 2009 [cached]
Family Therapist, Trainer
is a private practitioner and registered with the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy
He is founding member of the Family Institute, Cardiff, the first agency in the United Kingdom devoted to the practice and teaching of, and research into family therapy.
He is coordinator of the Graduate Diploma and Master¡¯s Programme in Family Therapy, New South Wales Institute of Psychiatry, Australia.
co-authored A Brief Guide to Brief Therapy
with Bill O¡¯Hanlon in 1993 and has written more than 70 professional papers and sits on various editorial and advisory boards of several family therapy publications.
Brian is an Advisor and Consultant for the Academy of Solution Focused Training and is a trainer for the Graduate Diploma in Solution Focused Brief Therapy programme.
Associates - external
sf-academy.com, 7 Jan 2012 [cached]
Brian Cade, Family Therapist, Trainer, UK
Brian Cade Brief Therapist, ...
www.solutions-centre.org, 6 Nov 2007 [cached]
Brian Cade Brief Therapist, Trainer & AuthorSolution Centre | To Teach is to Learn Twice
Advisory Board Introducing Brian Cade (Australia)Brian Cade is a Brief and Family Therapist, an author, and an influential leader in the field of Brief and Family Therapy, worldwide.He
is the author of the book, A Brief
Guide to Brief Therapy
, with Bill O'Hanlon, published in 1993, and has written over 80 professional papers.Brian
has presented at conferences all over the world.He was a founding member of The Family Institute, Cardiff, the first agency in Britain devoted solely to the practice and teaching of, family therapy.He
helped develop the use of brief and solution-focused approaches, and was influenced by his
long friendships with, John Weakland of The Brief
Therapy Centre, Palo Alto, California, and Steve de Shazer and Insoo Kim Berg of the Brief Family Therapy Centre
, Milwaukee, and the Milan associates, amongst others.Brian
is currently in private practice, in Sydney, Australia.
The Family Institute | Staff Reflections, Faculty of Health, Sport and Science
hesas.glam.ac.uk, 23 July 2008 [cached]
Article featuring Brian Cade, General Editor, in Context Magazine.
A magazine for family therapy and systemic practice, covers news and views on issues of concern to all professional groups working with children and families in a therapeutic environment.
Brian Cade, Therapist, ...
www.ukasfp2011.co.uk, 8 Feb 2012 [cached]
Brian Cade, Therapist, primary author, A Brief Guide To Brief Therapy, editor of Context
Brian recently returned to Britain after 25 years in private practice in Sydney, Australia, having emigrated there from Cardiff in 1985, where he had been a founding member of The Family Institute.
He has, for 40 years, developed the use of brief and "solution-focused" therapies, the use of teams and screens, and the place of humour and the absurd in therapy.