CPD -Summer Update

Easter is coming and spring has sprung.  There is optimism in the air at IFT and many workshops to help you during the summer term and the lifting of lockdown restrictions.  Have a look at what is on offer.

Hendrix Hammond and Juma Woodhouse will start us off on Friday 23rd April with Systemic Work in Schools.  We have changed the time and this workshop will now run from 9:30 am to 1 pm.  It will suit anyone working with or caring for young people in an educational setting.  click here

On Monday 26th April Karen Partridge will lead us through the swampy lowlands of supervision. This full day workshop is in response to your continued requests for more work around supervision. click here

Matthew Ganda will Navigate us Through Tier 4 complexities in the third of these popular 9:30 to 1 pm workshops on working with Adolescents in Tier 4 Units.  John Cavanagh helps us Stay Systemic in a Mental Health Crisis, the fourth in the series on 28th May.  Simon Shattock completes the series on 18th June by Engaging Parents in the Process of Healing. click here

Back by popular demand Matthew Selekman will Stand Up for Adolescents against Covid 19 on Thursday and Friday 20th and 21st  May from 2 pm to 6 pm.  Matthew will be beaming in from Illinois. A must if you are working with young people.  click here

Karl Tomm returns to IFT to lead three Monday evenings from 5:30 to 9:30 pm presenting the IPscope: A Systemic Tool for Clarifying Interpersonal Patterns.  Karl will join us from Calgary on June 21st and 28th and 5th July.  This is one you will not want to miss. Places are limited for this so do book early.  click here

We continue our free Spotlight series with two new books: The Handbook of Black Community Mental Health will be on Thursday 6th May from 5 pm to 7 pm.  Karen Carberry, Theodore Rensaw, Tania Rodrigues and Dawn Edge will present this important and ground breaking initiative. click here  Also keep an eye out for the longer workshop to follow in  workshop in July.

We will Spotlight Don Waisanen’s  new book Improve for Democracy – a must for systemic leaders, managers and innovators – on Wednesday 9th June.  Don, who you may remember from our leadership conference in 2019, will be joined by our own Barbara McKay. click here

We are remaining on-line for the summer term so you can enjoy your workshop from the comfort of your garden or balcony! We have learned a lot so far and have used your feedback to improve your zoom experience.   We are tending to run fewer whole day workshops, the four hour format with regular breaks has been popular.


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