This session is aimed at more experienced/specialist users and looks at generic systemic skills needed to bring about change within families. A number of different techniques are explored including enactment (where the family demonstrates interaction and is coached by the therapist), intensification (helping therapists to convey their message more effectively to families), sculpting (helping families to understand their relationships more fully) and exploring and developing exceptions and strengths.
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This session is aimed at more experienced users and connects the ideas described in the session Introduction to Systemic Family Practice (413-034) with the difficulties that young people present in Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS). You will explore how the family system (and the wider context) may contribute to the emergence and maintenance of these difficulties.
This session is aimed at more experienced/specialist users and describes the importance of pregnancy and the intrauterine experience, and of the postnatal environment for the mental health of the infant.
This session is aimed at a universal audience and allows for the development of further understanding of the management of autism spectrum disorder (ASD). It also focuses on some of the related problems and difficulties experienced by children and young people with a diagnosis of ASD.
This session is aimed at more experienced/specialist users and focuses specifically on ways of supporting the family to become self-reliant, connected to their networks and able to continue to maintain the gains that are achieved during therapy.
This session is aimed at a universal audience and provides an introduction to the concept of supervision and how it may operate in practice.
This session is aimed at a specialist audience: trainee and practising counsellors and their supervisors. The session explores models of supervision and how they can be applied to supervising counselling work with children and young people. The session also gives case examples to illustrate the different supervision models.
This session is aimed at more experienced/specialist users and explores a number of themes that consider the Systemic Family Practice module as a whole, including the process of therapy and the therapist’s relationship to therapeutic models. Developments in systemic family therapy are considered, including attachment, trauma and therapist reflexivity. Finally, the session considers the key messages which should be taken from the module overall.
This session aims to raise awareness regarding the impact of substance misuse during pregnancy and its impact on the neonate and infant. You will be challenged to explore the complexities of promoting health when there is a dependency on behaviour that is injurious to health. The session will present knowledge regarding substance misuse and will challenge you by using a problem-solving interactive approach to manage pre-set scenarios.