This 2 day course is aimed at practitioners who include or would like to include parents/carers/ other family members in their work with young people and who would like to develop knowledge and skills in working systemically with more than one person in the session.
The course will cover:
- Basic principles of a systemic approach – taking a relational approach
- Engaging and making a therapeutic alliance with all members of the system / family
- Goal setting and negotiating goals where there are differing views and aims for the work
- Systemic Interviewing: asking relational questions
There will be a mixture of didactic teaching and opportunities to develop practice skills
Booking this course
This is a Health Education England funded course for staff working in child and adolescent mental health services (CAMHS) which has been developed by Kings College London and the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience in partnership with Maudsley Learning.
This course is for CAMHS staff only and you must be able to attend both days of the course. Please do not apply if you work in any other area of mental health or can not attend both days as you will not be eligible to attend this course