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Each year The Bouverie Centre invites internationally renowned speakers from across the world to deliver two-hour presentations live from their respective locations. These quarterly webcasts are designed to assist professionals to acquire foundational knowledge and skills in systemic and other relevant approaches, and to stay current with recent developments.

Attend the broadcast in person at The Bouverie Centre or join via your pc, mac or mobile device. System requirements for PC and Mac.


2016

Systemic Work with Individuals                                                                                   13 April 2016. 8:00am - 10am AEST                

Learning to think about and then treat peoples’ problems systemically encourages a broader view of and response to the many factors that can singly and in combination give rise to a client’s concerns. Internationally recognised clinical psychologist and marriage and family therapist Dr Michael Yapko will explore the merits of both linear and systemic thought processes in the context of outcome-oriented psychotherapy in an upcoming live broadcast from California.

Topics Michael will cover:

  • Defining the therapeutic relationship
  • The hazards of thinking too one-dimensionally
  • Powerful but clueless - recognising one’s impact on others
  • It’s possible to think too deeply about problems
  • The client as the therapist’s resource – identifying client strengths
  • Individuals in relationships are more than individuals
  • Systemically informed individual interventions
  • Parts of people who are more than the sum of their parts
  • Use of homework as a multi-dimensional intervention

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