This seminar will teach therapists the methods of systems theory developed by Murray Bowen for coaching individual clients to research and modify their position in their own families of origin. Participants will be taught to use genograms to track family patterns and rules for modifying family relationships. Coaching, a method of teaching clients how to change their position in their family system is an educational and cognitive method, although the process also relates to the existential goal of developing person-to-person relationships with members of one’s own family while maintaining a solid sense of one’s own values and goals. Topics covered include triangles, multigenerational secrets, abuse, addiction, sibling patterns, enmeshment, conflict cut-off in relationship systems.
This seminar will teach therapists the methods of systems theory developed by Murray Bowen for coaching individual clients to research an
Participants will convene on Thursday 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm and Fridays 9:00 am to 3:00 pm. Dates: May 12-13; June 9-10; Sept. 22-23; and Dec. 1-2, 2016
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|TIME and DATE:||Four Thursdays 4-8 pm and Fridays 9am-3pm: May 12-13; June 9-10, Sept. 22-23; and Dec. 1-2, 2016|
|PRESENTERS:||Monica McGoldrick, Nydia Garcia Preto & others|
|CLINICAL HOURS:||40 social work clinical/cultural competence contact hours|
|AUDIENCE:||Group limited to 8|
|SESSION OBJECTIVES:||1. Understand The Principles of Systems Theory. |
2. Analyze Genogram Patterns: triangles, cutoffs and other family patterns across generations of the family.
3. Describe ways of changing their own role in their family to disengage from dysfunctional family patterns
4. Understand Principles of Bowen Coaching to Transform one’s Position in Family Relationships.
|LOCATION:||Multicultural Family Institute|
|COST:||$1600...pay by check or PayPal|