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Unit Title FAMILY THERAPY: WORKER SELF ANALYSIS AND INTEGRATION - only offered in 2017 as part of Graduate Certificate
Unit Code FTH4TSI
Unit Overview In this subject you will explore your resources and constraints in work with families as a means to further enhance practice. You will reflect on the influence of your family of origin, culture, life experience, professional history and other contextual influences including your current work place and role. You will deepen your knowledge of relevant theoretical frameworks that are useful for conceptualising and appraising the relationship between your own self-factors/ context with your interactions with families. A focus on worker self-care will be incorporated in this learning. This subject will be offered in a blended learning format including online readings and resources and attendance at three one-day workshops at The Bouverie Centre.
Semester Two
Class Requirements
  • Four 7-hour face-to-face workshops
  • Eight hours of online theory (self-directed learning)
  • One 40-minute presentation (equivalent to 2,000 words) (50%)
  • One 2,500-word family work analysis (50%)
  • One self-care plan (500 words) (0% hurdle requirement-pass/fail)
Prerequisite FTH4FWS, FTH4PCI
Credit Points 15


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