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Unit Title SYSTEMIC PRACTICE IN FAMILY THERAPY: CONCEPTS AND ISSUES - only offered in 2017 as part of Graduate Certificate
Unit Code FTH4PCI
Unit Overview This subject will broaden and deepen your knowledge of contemporary family therapy and relevant theoretical concepts in order to enhance your conceptualization of family difficulties and planning for intervention. The topics include foundational family therapy frameworks, theories of change, diversity and other practice issues. This subject is offered in a blended learning format including online lectures, panel discussions, audio visual resources, guided reading, online student forum and face to face skills development workshops. Assessment will include a structured learning report and family work review.
Semester One
Class Requirements
  • Three 7-hour face to face workshops 
  • 15 hours of online theory (self directed learning)
  • One 1,500-word family work review (30%)
  • One 3,500-word structured learning report (70%)
Prerequisite Nil
Credit Points 15


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