This course is designed to help nurses, social workers, teachers, counsellors and other health professionals develop their knowledge and increase the effectiveness of their work with families, couples and individuals.
It is built on the theoretical and practice frameworks established in the foundation year, and is both an intermediate year of training for systemic psychotherapy and end-stage training for the systemic practitioner.
Choose Intermediate Systemic Practice with Families and Couples PgCert and:
- Study professional contexts and the way in which they relate to work with clients, learn about ways of working which meet the needs of disadvantaged client groups, and investigate the legislative frameworks practitioners have to work with
- Explore issues of difference and the promotion and development of anti-oppressive practice which are central to the course’s philosophy and permeate all aspects of your learning
- Develop your familiarity with and confidence in employing approaches that are encompassed by systems theory
- Gain a wide range of critical skills through reading, discussion, student presentations and reviews of current research
- Benefit from a critical approach to theory and practice in the light of inequalities and your clients’ differences in relation to race, class and gender.
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