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Participants will develop an understanding of the family systems paradigm in general and Structural Family Systems therapy in particular. This training will outline the four overarching structural family therapy goals as a framework for assessing family functioning and promoting family growth and change. Participants will learn to assess families from a systemic standpoint and to utilize family therapy interventions such as Enactments, Joining, Reframing, and Blocking (Structural Family Therapy) and Circular Questioning (Milan Group) as strategies for challenging homeostasis and promoting family transformation. The training will include case examples and opportunities for experiential training in order to help participants build competence and integrate family systems concepts and techniques into their clinical practice.
Identify three ways to assess problems using a systemic frame.
Identify the four overarching Structural Family Therapy goals as a framework for assessing family functioning and promoting family transformation.
Identify and understand at least three important interventions used by Structural Family Therapists to help challenge homeostasis.