“You cannot solve a problem with the ways of thinking that created it”
Albert Einstein 


 Strategic intervention focused on problem solving

  • An approach to achieving goals
  • A methodology based on a fundamental concept: stopping attempts at a solution , presented HERE by Claude de Scorraille
  • A resolution-oriented approach in the present
  • Direct or indirect interventions
  • Brief interventions of 1 to 10 sessions maximum
  • A step-by-step, long-term approach
  • An approach that leads to lasting change
  • Average problem resolution rate: 80%
  • Practitioners of the strategic approach and brief therapy: the same intervention model adapted for each context and each situation.
  • representatives of the Palo Alto school (trained at the Gregory Bateson Institute, in Liège and Paris, directed by Jean-Jacques Wittezaele and at the Centro de Terapia Strategica, in Arezzo (Italy), directed by Giorgio Nardone).


Key performance indicators

Performance LACT Research

LACT was born from an observation: to be efficient and productive, the organization produces induced effects that are sometimes harmful to the individual.

“it” suffers but “it” produces! The systemic approach brings a depathologizing and empowering vision of relational issues by placing them in their interactional logic:

  • it is the relationship that has become rigid, damaged or has become ineffective in relation to the objectives of the professional organization;
  • It is this relationship to work that can be made more flexible by the appropriate tools that practitioners of the strategic and systemic approach have developed and refined over the years.

Our methodology


  • respecting the rules and values ​​of the organization,
  • respecting the vision of the world and the values ​​of the coachee(s),
  • in the integration of the strong emotional components involved,
  • respecting a short and controlled time adapted to the operational constraints of the organization.


  • by intervening on logical ambivalences or redundant and ineffective logical loops (compared to the intended objective) to restore greater freedom of choice and experimentation.
  • by focusing on the current and interactional dimensions of the difficulties encountered and their contribution to the problem to be solved or the objective to be achieved.
  • by mobilizing the direct beneficiaries of the coaching on specific, measurable and realistic objectives.


A proven methodology: who? do what ? whose ? when how ? in what context ? what is a problem?

A video introduction to the history of systemic
co-produced by the French mental hygiene league and aaa