Introduction to Systemic Thinking and Practice

6th and 7th June
Goulburn
REGISTRATION FULL

Develop a strong foundation for understanding the family as a system and confidence building effective therapeutic relationships across the family

What do you do when mum and dad just can’t see eye to eye? What happens when only the child comes to therapy? How do I keep parents and caregivers in the loop without breaking my adolescent client’s trust? What about the siblings? 

The Peregrine Centre is proud to invite you to a 2-Day Introduction to Systemic Thinking and Practice training with Margaret Goldfinch and Chloe MacDonald in Goulburn on Thursday 6th and Friday 7th of June 2024.  The Peregrine Centre is proud to offer this training free to rural mental health workers through funding from the NSW Government however places are strictly limited – register your interest now!

For more information about the training and trainers, click here.

Who is it for?

The course is designed for individuals who work in the rural mental health context. It is appropriate for workers of all professional backgrounds and experience

Learning Outcomes

– To understand practice foundations for systemic work: Relationship, neutrality, curiosity, circularity & hypothesising 

– To understand and use a systemic formulation when working with children, adolescents and families 

– To feel more confident in developing effective therapeutic relationships with a range of clients 

– To understand how systemic techniques can be used to support clients to make change 

– To develop a lens to enhance working with parents and children together 

– To practice applying systemic thinking in everyday practice 

Registration is now FULL!
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