This is a part-time course which is a significant and useful training in its own right but also connects the Foundation course and the advanced clinical training (MSc in Systemic Family Therapy). It is designed for people who have successfully completed a Foundation course (LFTRC or other AFT accredited course) or equivalent training.
Students learn how to engage families, couples and individuals in systemic therapeutic work and study the use of systemic ideas in clinical practice.
The course consists of approximately 18 Wednesday evening sessions and 2 full day sessions over the academic year. The course follows a similar structure to the Foundation Course with a greater focus on the application of systemic skills with opportunities to develop and practice these throughout the course.
Students' progress is monitored through attendance, participation in lectures and tutorials, assessed essays, an exam and a learning log.
Professional Body Accreditation
This course is recognised by the Association for Family Therapy & Systemic Practice.
You will be a graduate professional in social work, psychiatry, psychology, nursing, counselling, occupational therapy, art therapy or similar and will have completed Foundation level training in Systemic Practice. We also consider applications from other professionals working in health and social care settings with an interest in systemic therapeutic thinking and practice. You must be working in a health or social care setting where you can complete at least 60 hours of systemic practice. For applicants whose first language is not English, IELTS 7.0 with no component score below 6.5 or equivalent.
Recipient: University of Leeds
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