Venue: ONLINE via Zoom, and CATCH-UP for 10 days.
This workshop will be delivered via Zoom. Joining details will be sent to all delegates on Thursday 19th May after bookings close. Please note that by booking a ticket for this workshop, you are agreeing to our terms and conditions for Zoom events, so please read through them carefully before making your purchase.
Schedule: 10am to 4.30pm.
Catch-up: This workshop will be recorded. A link to the recording will be emailed out to all delegates on Thursday 26th May. This recording will then be available to view in your own time for 10 days from 9am Friday 27th May to 9am Monday 6th June. After this time the recording will no longer be available, so if you are planning to use the catch-up function, please ensure that you have adequate time to view the recording within this time frame.
Standard Ticket Price – £109
Available until 11am on Thursday 19th May when bookings close. Pick this ticket if you can afford to pay this, or if all the discounted tickets have been sold.
Discounted Ticket Price – £99
Available until Saturday 23rd April, subject to limited availability. Pick this ticket if you are on a reduced income or a student counsellor/psychotherapist. Proof of student or recent graduate status required.
Bookings must be paid for either via Paypal, Credit/debit card (via Paypal, no Paypal account required), or bank transfer. All payments via bank transfer must be made by 11am on Thursday 19th May to secure your place!
All delegates will be supplied with a CPD Certificate. This will be sent automatically to all delegates AFTER the workshop takes place.
This one-day workshop is suitable for therapists working with individuals who are curious about the impact of the client’s family upon the therapy work, and also for therapists working with (or wishing to work with) couples or family groups.
In this workshop, Dr. Reenee Singh will introduce key systemic theoretical ideas. She will outline the rich and robust evidence base of family and systemic psychotherapy for a range of presenting problems, across the family life cycle.
The workshop will also address some of the issues facing contemporary couples and families, within 21st century contexts. Through the use of experiential exercises, clips from popular films, case vignettes and case consultations, participants will be provided with opportunities to make the links between the theoretical and research ideas, their own cultural backgrounds and their clinical case material.