Supporting Families Practice Model Pilot Study

IFT is delighted to announce that we will be working with Coram to deliver this exciting project with the Dept. for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities and Dept. for Education: Supporting Families Systemic Family Therapy Pilot Study IFT has been commissioned to lead the training elements of this project by the Department for Levelling Up, […]

Update on the QLT, with clarity regarding accreditation and employability

Introducing the IFT Qualifying Level Training in Systemic Psychotherapy  Core belief, values and legacy We believe that training should be tailored to fit the communities that we serve. A core value at IFT is the importance of meaningfully increasing diversity and inclusivity of clients, trainees, ideas and contexts where we practice. Systemic psychotherapy was born […]

IFT remembers Matthew Ganda

All at IFT and in the UK systemic practice community will be greatly saddened to learn of the recent death of Matthew Ganda; everyone who met him professionally and personally, over the last 35 years, was struck by his humility, compassion and huge intelligence. Matthew was originally from Zimbabwe. He came to the UK on […]

Introducing IFT’s Family and Systemic Psychotherapy Qualifying Level: MSc Equivalent 

Our core beliefs, values and legacy   We believe that training should be tailored to fit the communities that we serve.    A core value at IFT is the importance of meaningfully increasing diversity and inclusivity of clients, trainees, ideas and contexts where we practice.      Family and Systemic Psychotherapy was born as a movement away from intrapsychic […]

Writing for Publication

IFT LAUNCHES THE WRITING FOR PUBLICATION COURSE “If you have knowledge, let others light their candles in it.” Margaret Fuller Knowledge, as we know, is not static but a living and fluid body of ideas and experiences, of which we are all a part. Some of you, and many students, have been asking us for […]