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Solution Focused Practice and Beyond
UKASFP 17th National Conference 2020 - Cancelled
Staffordshire University, Stoke-on-Trent, 25-26th June 2020
It is with great regret that the committee and the conference organizers of the United Kingdom Association for Solution Focus Practice Are announcing the cancellation of our conference on June 25th - 26th 2020.
We are sure that everyone is well aware of the current situation regarding the virus COVID-19. As the organising team we feel that we are unable to manage the risks involved to health and spread of this virus and that allowing the conference to take place would be against all sensible advice.
We will be constantly reviewing the situation but our expectation is that we will begin again and organise a fresh conference when we have a clearer understanding of what the world will look like when the pandemic has settled. There is so much that is unknown at the moment and our best hopes at this present time now that everybody comes through this and that we can meet at some future point and resume our physical community as well as maintaining what I am sure will become and even more vibrant virtual community.
Steve Flatt will be writing to all the presenters with some suggestions regarding offering space and time on the organization website to put up work that has been done for the members and others to view.
For those who have already made conference bookings, we can do either of the following:
1. Leave your booking as it is, and transfer it over to the new conference date.
2. We can provide a full refund.
If you would prefer a refund, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and Gill will be able to process this for you.
The committee and the conference organizers want to express our best wishes to everybody; express a very strong desire that each and everyone of us support those around us as best we can; that we look forward to seeing all of you when the dust settles and we can begin to look at what the new world looks like.”
Steve Freeman and Steve Flatt