About this training
Gain a better understanding about the purpose and wide range of uses for these systemic interventions, with opportunities to practice and make the skills work for you in your particular therapeutic context.
Content will include working with a variety of frames, triangles and an introduction to working with the concept of the Index Person.
This is much more than just how to use genograms. It covers creative ways of making systemic questions work to reveal much more from genograms, linking this to social graces and identity, but also to the concept of the Index Person in families, enmeshed families and how to recognise and work with differing kinds of family triangles. There are bags of exercises and handouts.
Formerly a nurse and journalist, Cate went on to train as a relationship counsellor with Relate, joining the Relate Institute as a lecturer in 2009 and still occasionally training for Relate as well as delivering courses privately, including the TLC Certificate in Psychosexual Therapy. She taught CBT at Amersham & Wycombe College for several years and now teaches the MA, Postgraduate Certificate in PST and Certificate in Relationship Therapy with the Foundation for Counselling & Relationship Studies. She is a clinical supervisor with Relate Mid-Wilts and has a private psychotherapy, PST and supervision practice in Buckinghamshire. She is author of The Relate Guide to Sex & Intimacy and Love and Sex in a New Relationship.
To book this event, please follow the above link to the Relate Cambridge website or email [email protected]