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March 2019

Working with separated couples and families

March 27th, 2019|

Conference venue: Cambridge Hotel, Sydney
Date: Friday 21st June 2019 (day one) and Saturday 22nd June (day two).
Time: 9am – 4pm
PD Points: 7 hours for one day or 14 hours for two

One-day workshop with U.S. counselling psychologist Scott D. Miller PhD

March 27th, 2019|

Communicare’s Children Contact Services

March 20th, 2019|

The 3rd International Single Session Therapy and Walk-in Services Symposium 2019

March 6th, 2019|

Program Announced

View the exciting program for the 3rd International Single Session Therapy and Walk-in Services Symposium Program at www.bouverie.org.au/events/sst2019

Themed Single Session Thinking: Going Global One Step at a Time, the symposium will feature a rich and diverse program of over 40 presentations by about 50 presenters from across 10 countries, highlighting the implementation of Single Session Thinking in various contexts with the aim of greater community of practice.

It will also feature discussion sessions, network meetings, and walk-in consultations to further collaborations across the globe in utilising single session approaches in ways […]

February 2019

10th Conference of the European Family Therapy Association

February 28th, 2019|

What will you get by attending the EFTA-SIPPR conference in NAPLES in September 2019?
We have taken the concept of borders of change as our main thematic concept for the conference.
As therapists, clinicians and researchers witnessing all the social changes of the last century and of the beginning of the new millennium, what is now the core of our work, which are the borders of change in psychotherapy?
2019 EFTA Conference

Systemic therapy added to the list of treatments fully paid by public health insurances in Germany

February 1st, 2019|

(Please read below this open letter from Rüdiger Retzlaff , Dr. sc. hum., Dipl.-Psych. Psychotherapist & Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist, Vice-Director of the Helm Stierlin Institute, Heidelberg/Germany)

I am absolutely delighted  to be able to inform  you that, after so many years, Thursday last week, systemic therapy with adults has been accepted to be added to the list of treatments which are paid for by public health insurances. The GBA, the federal board of health care providers and public health care insurances has just made the decision a few hours ago. Although this decision needs to be reconfirmed by another board within the GBA […]

December 2018

A Study of a Special Needs Family (with Systemic & Individual Complexities)

December 12th, 2018|

Come and enjoy

  • A film and afternoon discussion of a special needs child and complexities of the family system.
  • Enjoy the Hellen Keller Story “The Miracle Worker” (2000) DVD
  • GUIDED DISCUSSION of the family system in place – & complexity.
  • Discussion of the courage, resilience, support and awareness needed– ie.the value of therapists, spiritual healers & teachers…
  • Discussion of how you might work with complex families to help them thrive

A ‘Quiet Reflection’- on Courage & Resourcefulness

When:         Monday 17th Dec    […]

August 2018

Book Review | Marriage is for Grown Ups

August 15th, 2018|

Noel Giblett is a Clinical Social Worker with 30 years as a relationship counsellor and 40 years of Marriage. His book titled ‘Marriage is for Grown Ups’ is for those Relationships and Marriages that are strongly committed and into enriching their relationships. Noel has provided the reader with a mix of his professional experience with personal insights and wisdom. There are some very interesting chapter titles such as ‘Men are from Earth, Women are from Earth,’ a play on ‘Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus’.

The title of the book portrays […]