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Unit Title FAMILY WORK INTERVENTIONS - only offered in 2017 as part of Graduate Certificate
Unit Code FTH4FWI
Unit Overview

In this subject, students study two (2) modules to total 15 credit points (CP).

Module 1 - Advanced Interventions skill with families (10cp) - COMPULSORY

Students choose one other 5 CP module from Module 2 – Module 5 (5CP each) which are from The Bouverie Centre 2017 Professional Development calendar.

Module 2 -  Let’s Talk about children (1 day, 5cp) OR

Module 3 - Single Session Family Consultation (2 days, 5cp) OR

Module 4 - No Bullshit Therapy (1 day, 5cp) OR

Module 5 - Managing Difference and Conflict in Family Meetings (1 day, 5cp).

Each module is completed with an assignment designed to assist you in extending your knowledge and practice in family work. If you have already attended one of these workshops you can complete the relevant assessment within this study period.

Semester Two
Class Requirements

• Module 1: Two 7-hour face-to-face workshops and four 2.5-hour online problem based learning AND
• Module 2: Three 4-hour online problem based learning OR
• Module 3: Two 7-hour face-to-face workshops OR
• Module 4: One 7-hour  face-to-face workshop and two 2.5 hour online problem based learning OR
• Module 5: One 7-hour  face-to-face workshop and two 2.5 hour online problem based learning

Assessment Each module will have one 1,700-word essay or equivalent per 5 credit points
Prerequisite FTH4FWS, FTH4PCI
Credit Points 15


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