One-Week Intensive Training Course (Level 2) in Family and Relationship Therapy
19-23 April 2021 (9.00am – 5.00pm) (WST)

This Level II course is intended for practitioners of Family and Relationship Therapy who already have basic training in Systems Theory and its application. The course will focus on how to use ‘Systems’ knowledge to plan Therapeutic Strategies, what to do after the Assessment, implementing different Therapeutic Models, using your Therapeutic Skills and Handicaps, and how you can make better use of your personal attributes as a therapist.

Throughout the week, you will explore your role as a therapist, make use of role plays and simulations, review video tapes of interviews and work with/observe ‘live’ interviews. Time will be allocated for discussion of practical and theoretical issues in therapy.  Also, you will be able to explore your professional handicaps and learn to use them to your advantage.

Cost: Regular: $891 (Includes GST) if paid after 26 March 2021
Fees include tea & coffee & light lunch each day
Cancellation Policy: No cancellation available, however, place transferable to third party.
Places:  Limit of 15 places
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MAURIZIO ANDOLFI: Professor in Residence @ William Street Family Therapy Centre
ONE-DAY WORKSHOP (Sat 22 May 2021) (WST) 

The William Street Family Therapy Centre is proud to offer this one-day Workshop by a world-famous Master Family Therapist & Master Teacher:

Grandparents are an essential developmental resource for the wellbeing of the younger generation. They are primary attachment figures, providing love, care, wisdom and emotional stability to their grandchildren. They also have an important role in mediating conflict between the two generations: their children and their grandchildren.  When there is family adversity: hostile divorce; sudden loss; difficult single-parenting; risky or pathological adolescent behaviour; or family adjustments: adoption; migration; & other adjustments, grandparents can provide valuable guidance and emotional support.

Unfortunately, grandparental resources are greatly neglected in psychotherapy and counselling.  Interventions for an individual problem or symptom, generally focus on the symptom-bearer, ignoring the resources of other members of the family such as  parents, siblings and even more so, the older generation.  In this workshop, Maurizio Andolfi will outline the main elements of his multigenerational approach. He will demonstrate how and when to invite grandparents as consultants in therapy, when grandchildren are either in danger, or feeling lonely or abused.  Maurizio will present his multi-generational approach through clinical cases and video material. This is a workshop not to be missed!!
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