This workshop covers the core concepts and techniques of family therapy practice, providing an overview of the influence of the major schools of thought on contemporary practice. The emphasis will be on applying theory as systemic practice through teaching, demonstration, video, role play, case illustrations, group discussions and small group exercises.
This workshop is suitable for all psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, counsellors, youth workers, mental health drug and alcohol practitioners, nurses, school counsellors and health workers engaged with families in treatment. The purpose of the workshop is to provide participants with a theoretical foundation of core family therapy principles; to be able to apply systemic family therapy techniques in assessment and treatment of individuals and families across the lifespan, to develop skills in applying therapy techniques to work with complex mental health presentations and to provide opportunities to discuss clinical cases.
Seats are limited and cannot be increased regardless of how many wants to attend. Please register yourself as soon as possible to secure your seat.