Co-creating Cooperative Partnerships with Reluctant and Demoralised Parents Workshop

In this “hands-on” practice-oriented workshop, participants will learn a collaborative strengths-based family therapy approach that rapidly fosters cooperative partnerships and integrates the best elements of empirically-supported family therapy approaches with clinical evidence-based practice wisdom to carefully tailor fit the treatment experience with the goals, preferences, theories of change, expectations, and unique needs of each family member. Participants will learn effective engagement and retention strategies to use with therapy veteran parents and their families. This treatment approach capitalizes on the strengths and resources of the parents, children, and key resource people from their social ecology and involved helping professionals representing larger systems to rapidly co-construct high quality solutions together.

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The Institute is delighted to announce the appointment of Hendrix Hammond to our in-house training team. Hendrix joined us in September and is taking over the

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Recent publications by IFT members:

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AGM 2017

The AGM will be held on Thursday, 19th January 2017 at 6.15.  It will be followed by the Robin Skynner Memorial Lecture delivered by Lennox

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