|Event Type||Family Therapy 1 Year Course|
|Organisation||Sydney family Therapy Training Institute|
Mary MacKillop Conference Centre
10 Mount Street
North Sydney NSW 2060
|Accreditation Available||90 CPD points|
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This one year course is split across two semesters, initially providing monthly face to face interactive training sessions, followed by a semester of small group supervision and webinars. Group supervision will be provided either face to face and/or via teleconference (webinar or Skype) depending on group needs, with additional webinars on special topics relating to family practice.
This course will provide participants with a thorough understanding of the core concepts of systemic family therapy theory and practice. Students will be provided with online readings, study guide and self-directed learning tasks to supplement the face to face lectures. There is an emphasis on experiential learning with students actively involved in small group activities including role play practice, case review, exposure to videosof the masters of family therapy and self re ection of the application of theory in clinical practice. Studentswill initially be introduced to the core ideas and skills of family systems theory and review in further detail the major models of contemporary family therapy.
Who is this course for?
This course is suitable for a wide range of professionals including psychologists, social workers, nurses, doctors, occupational therapists and counsellors who want to broaden their knowledge and skills of systemic family therapy with the aim to improve the way they work within a family focussed andinclusive model of practice. Applicants are required to have undergraduate or postgraduate quali cations.
Whilst it is not a pre-requisite to be currently working with families, participants need to be currently working in a counselling role.
By the end of the course participants will have advanced their professional knowledge, skillsand con dence in how to assess and formulate treatment interventions considering family and wider systems and the in uence of multigenerational patterns of interaction.
Christine Senediak, Snr Clinical Psychologist, Director, Clinical Supervision Services and Sydney Family Therapy Training Institute; Dr Glenn Larner, Snr Clinical Psychologist; Ron Perry, Counselling Psychologist/OAM; Andrea Worth, Snr Social Worker (and invited lecturers)
Crow’s Nest (St Leonards Railway station 5 minute walk or parking station nearby)
Semester 1 - February to July 2019 - last Thursday of each month, 9:00am - 4:00pm
Full Fee: $3000.00 if paid in full prior to 11th Jan 2019 (saving $500.00) $1750.00 per semester if paid in 2 x instalments
Semester 1 payment due: 25th January 2019 Semester 2 payment due: 26th July 2019
Payment is not required until you are offered a place in the program. Please allow two weeks for processing.
Complete the application form with CV online or send to email@example.com
This online module aims to provide participants with a thorough understanding of how to construct and use genograms in assessment and intervention. Genograms are a multigenerational assessment tool for understanding family functioning and family processes.
The module consists of 5 self-paced sections and includes video demonstration, 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.
Family Assessments (10 Credit Points)
The Clinical Supervision course is online and provides a flexible approach to learning. This course provides comprehensive coverage of information on supervisor core skills. It consists of seven self-paced modules and will include presentations, video demonstrations, (to convey concepts and demonstrate skills), reflective tasks, readings and relevant resources, including templates to be used in clinical practice. A series of assessment tasks, quizzes are also included. These quizzes are not graded but aim to motivate participants and provide them with an opportunity to assess and remember what they have learned.
The purpose of this course is to provide the opportunity to up skill and, for those more experienced clinicians to further develop their competence in clinical supervision.
This course is accredited by the Australian College of Mental Health Nurses (ACMHN) and by the Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW).
For this assessment task on completion of the on-line component you are required to submit an audio or video recording of a supervision session.
A feedback assessment report will be provided once marked which can take up to 4 weeks. On successful completion you will receive your final certificate of Supervisor competency.