This training 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 the training, Dr. Reenee Singh introduces key systemic theoretical ideas. She outlines the rich and robust evidence base of family and systemic psychotherapy for a range of presenting problems, across the family life cycle.
Dr Singh also addresses some of the issues facing contemporary couples and families, within 21st century contexts. Through the use of clips from popular films, case vignettes and case consultations, viewers will be provided with opportunities to make the links between the theoretical and research ideas, their own cultural backgrounds and their clinical case material.
“Dr Singh was an excellent tutor, clear, knowledgeable and informative with a warm and positive attitude. She struck me as very approachable and she made the session really interesting and helpful.”
“Dr Singh really helped me to think more widely in my curiosity about clients, bringing in so many other threads and avenues to explore (family, wider relationships and culture). I enjoyed her use of language and her knowledge of the history and development of family systems therapy was interesting.”
Please note any mention in the video about “handouts” or “printouts” by trainers, are in reference to printouts of the PowerPoint slides, which were made available to delegates who attended the LIVE workshop. These slides are included within the videos and are the property of the trainers. They are not available for download or redistribution with any video rental purchase.
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