Systemic practice emphasises the importance of relationships. It considers the interactions of couples, families, other relationship groups and their patterns of behaviour and dynamics. It recognises the way in which social interactions shape a person’s life and addresses these relationships both directly and indirectly.
The ideas are also applied to working with individuals. If you’d like to develop your knowledge in this aspect of therapeutic practice, this course is for you.
You´ll need to have successfully completed the University Advanced Diploma in Systemic Practice and Family Therapy or equivalent Foundation level training.
Our teaching team works in a variety of agency settings and many are active researchers too. The team will help you to apply the theory to practical situations. You will study alongside professionals from a range of disciplines, so you can share challenges and learn from one another’s experiences.
You´ll learn in different ways:
Lectures and seminars
Skills practice work
Small group and professional development work
Each year of the Systemic Practice framework builds upon the last and is aimed at offering a strong theoretical underpinning of theory applied to practice settings.
This course is suitable for you if you wish to extend your knowledge and practice of systemic theory and family therapy ideas in the workplace. It´s suitable for people who work in a variety of agency settings in statutory and non-government projects and across all age groups.
It´s a standalone course and it´s also the second year of a four year programme. If you have a host profession and wish to become a qualified family therapist/systemic psychotherapist, it also forms the first year of a three year programme towards the award of an MSc.
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