The Danish Solution Focused Institute is accredited on the following terms:

  1. Presentation and description of the education, its structure and structure, teaching and learning designs and recommendation of literature.

  2. Presentation and description of primary teacher, Anne-Marie Wulf, with documentation of at least five years of teaching experience and solid solution-focused educational background.

  3. The Board of Directors of IASTI has investigated to what extent Anne-Marie complies with ethical standards in its own country, and has assessed her as being in "good standing".

  4. Presentation and description of secondary teacher, Karin Pharés, who has three years of experience in teaching.

  5. Recommendations / recommendations from five workplaces where Anne-Marie Wulf taught and supervised.

In order to maintain accreditation, trainers must:

  1. Do workshops at internationale conferences.

    • Shifting from either/or to both/and - or how come it’s not relevant to talk about SF 1.0, 2.0 or 3.4 på den svenske SF-konference af Anne-Marie Wulf i 2018.

    • Solution Focused Multi Familytherapy på EBTAs konference i 2018 (Karin & Anne-Marie)

    • How to stay in longterm collaboration på verdenskonference i 2017 (Karin & Anne-Marie)

    • The Digital Diary and how to use text messages in dialogues (speech) på verdenskonferencen 2017 (Anne-Marie).

    • Solutionfocused Mentoring- the danish model på den britiske konference, UKASFP 2015 (Anne-Marie)

  2. Write articles, nationally and internationally, and actively contribute to the development of the solution-focused approach.

    • Working as a solution focused mentor - how we do and what we do udgivet i artikel samlingen “Making Waves - Solution Focused Practice in Europe. EBTA 25 anniversary conference book” (Anne-Marie Wulf, 2018)

  3. Maintain a clinical practice, that is, conversation with clients, citizens,

  4. To ensure that the IASTI member institutes provide a high quality training program in the solution-focused approach IASTI have in place a process of peer institute quality control.