Open Days and our Back Yard

It was wonderful to meet so many people on 11th February who came to talk to us about joining the Foundation course next year. Talking to them reminded us of how much we enjoy welcoming new people into IFT where so many in the systemic community feel they are ‘home’. People become part of a learning community, privilege issues of race, power, diversity and inclusion, and are part of shaping how the organisation goes forward. We are a charity, independent from any health or local authority and so how we teach, train and practice is driven by our systemic core values, and is unique and imaginative. We benefit from teaching staff who come from many diverse personal and profession backgrounds, and bring a richness to our trainings in their wide experience of life and different areas of expertise.  

Open evenings are taking place for our Intermediate Year course starting in September on 18th February at 5.30. Come and see what you can be part of. 

We also remembered that when we are back in our beautiful Great Tower Street building – that this will be our new back yard, see you there:

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