Milan Systemic Therapy
This online module describes the Milan approach to systemic family therapy including key ideas and practices like hypothesizing, circularity and neutrality and introduces systemic family interviewing skills and circular questioning.
The module consists of 5 self-paced sections and includes practical examples, reflective tasks, readings and a short quiz. The course is suitable for health and welfare professionals who currently or intend to work with families. It is anticipated that the module will take 8-10 hours. 10 – CPD hours
Cost of Course: $110
Successful completion of this E-Learning Course earns 10 ACMHN continuing professional education (CPE) points.
This course is accredited by the Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW) and the Australian College of Mental Health Nurses (ACMHN).
- To review the Milan approach to systemic family therapy including the original key ideas and practices of hypothesizing, circularity and neutrality and the progression to the ideas of post-Milan and postmodern thinking
- To develop knowledge of systemic family interviewing skills and circular questioning
- To review the impact of second order cybernetics viewing the client as the expert and valuing the therapist – client relationship
- To recognise the importance of gender, sexuality, culture and power issues in family therapy and the influence of social constructionist ideas as well as psychoanalytic ideas for working in the therapeutic relationship