Workshops & Conferences

The Institute of Family Therapy runs a comprehensive programme of day workshops and conferences. These are detailed below. To make a booking, simply use the Book Now link under the description of the event.

Unless otherwise stated, each event will commence at 10.00am and run to 4.30pm. To ensure a prompt start, please arrive 15 minutes prior to the advertised start. Unless an alternative venue is specified, each event will take place at the Institute of Family Therapy.

2018 Programme

Thursday and Friday 22nd and 23rd November

Supervision for the helping professions

Presenters include: John Burnham, Matthew Ganda, Barbara McKay, Arlene Vetere, Hannah Sherbersky and Martin Gil.

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Monday 3rd December

Desa Markovic

Working with sexual issues in psychotherapy

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2019 Programme

Wednesday January 30th, Thursday January 31st and Friday February 1st

Arlene Vetere and Jan Cooper

Working Systemically with Family Violence and Attachment Dilemmas: Risk, safety and responsibility

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Friday 15th February and Friday 15th March

Gerrilyn Smith

Systemic Approaches to Self Soothing

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Thursday 2nd May and Friday 3rd May

Karl Tomm

Enquiries and explanations to enable wellness

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Wednesday to Friday 29th, 30th and 31st May and Friday 5th July

Peter Jakob and Rachael Aylmer

Non Violent Resistance

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Friday 7th June

Percy Aggett and Dave Tapsell

Creating hope through purpose: working for change with multi-stressed families and their practitioners

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Friday 21st June

Jenny Altschuler and Helen Muller

Good practice in the private sector: a reflective systemic workshop

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Friday 12th July

Chip Chimera

Parental alienation and systemic practice

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26th & 27th September, 24th & 25th October, 21st & 22nd November and 5th & 6th of December

Arlene Vetere and Rudi Dallos

Attachment narrative therapy: an 8-day course

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Thursday 3rd and Friday 4th October

Reenee Singh and Valeria Ugazio

Is being different really a disadvantage? Working with inter-cultural couples turning constraints into resources

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Thursday 14th and Friday 15th November

Barbara McKay, Steve Bagnall, Martin Miksits, Christine Oliver and Don Waisanen

Systemic leadership and management: performance of practice for organisational change

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Friday 29th November

Hendrix Hammond and Derek Nasseri

Developing sensitive practice in adolescent culture in urban environments: from ‘hard to engage’ to connected

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Monday 9th December

John Burnham and Barry Mason

Supervising systemically

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