This course focuses on an area of counselling which is important for most counsellors to be familiar with. There are often times when all members of a family are affected by the behaviour of one member, or the family itself has become fragmented and non-functional. When this happens no amount of therapy for one family member will help heal the broader family bonds. Students of this course will become familiar with different approaches to family counselling and a range of techniques they can use in family situations.
- Enrol anytime
- Start leaning straight away or when the time is right for you
- Study your way, any time, any place
- Work through at a pace that suits your needs
Lesson 1- Nature & Scope of Families
Lesson 2- Family Dynamics
Lesson 3- History
Lesson 4- Identifying Problems
Lesson 5- Support Structures
Lesson 6- Approaches to Family Therapy I
Lesson 7- Approaches to Family Therapy II
Lesson 8- Conducting Initial Interviews/Sessions
Lesson 9- Considering Solutions
Lesson 10 Case Study
How do our short courses work?
As you progress through this short course you will become familiar with a variety of different ways to expand your learning and be able to choose the tasks that you do/don’t wish to take. You will also be able to develop in the areas that take your fancy more than others that just don’t do it for you. You won’t miss anything important so long as you read the “learn more” suggestions. Following each lesson, there will be a short interactive test to complete. This will give an indication of how you are progressing through the course and ensuring that you are on the right track. Upon completion of the last lesson in the course, a more thorough automated test will need to be completed to finalise your learning level. This can be completed any time and if an overall pass is gained you will receive a “certificate of completion”.