Family Therapy and Systemic Practice PG CertAnglia Ruskin University
£ 2,366 - (Rs 1,97,245)
- Cambridge (England)
What you'll learn on the course
Skills and Training
- An Introduction to Working Systemically with Individuals, Couples and FamiliesThis module will introduce you to systemic ways of thinking and working and offer you a framework to enable you to consider your client work from an alternative perspective. You will have an introduction to all the main systemic models. Much of the learning will be through clinical presentations enabling you to relate theory to your practice. Successful completion of the module will form the basis for pursuing future qualification in family therapy and systemic practice, if so desired.
- Further Developments in Systemic PracticeThe module aims are to enable you to further explore and develop your understanding of systemic ideas and techniques, utilising a broad range of seminal and current literature relating to family therapy and systemic practice. It will facilitate your application of systemic ideas and beliefs to your current workplace, to a standard that will enhance your practice. This standard will be at Master's level. This will form the basis for pursuing future qualification as a family therapist, should you so wish.
You’ll be assessed in a range of ways to determine your expertise as an advanced reflective practitioner, including case and paper presentations to peers, a reflective portfolio, a case study and, at the end of the second module, a presentation to peers on a systemic concept of your choice and its application to practice. Assessment is on-going throughout the course and small group learning develops your skills with formative and informal feedback available on an ongoing basis.