Here's an example of how I apply the Solution Focused Approach to my everyday life: One of my favourite pastimes is playing a tabletop miniatures game called 'X-Wing', based on the space combat dog fighting scenes in the Star Wars movies. Next weekend, I'm taking part in 'UKTC' - the X-Wing UK team championship. My … Continue reading Fly Casual
This weekend, hundreds of thousands of new students across the UK will arrive at the university where they will live, study and grow over the next few years. If you are one of those students, here are some questions I hope might be useful: (By the way, these questions might also be useful for family … Continue reading Freshers
I recently read an article on the University of Surrey website about driverless cars. Oh boy! It was predicting a point in the future at which it will be considered the right thing to do, morally, to hand over control of cars to machines. This is because of our continuing efforts as a species to … Continue reading Do Androids Dream Of Electric Solutions?
Something that a lot of mental health nursing students still seem to do, which I and most of my peers also did 25 years ago, is freak out at some point because they've noticed things they have in common with patients. Elements of this freak out might include speculating about whether they might also have … Continue reading The Human Condition