Self Care in Continuing Personal and Professional Development

Attending to self-care requires a constant shift between and within personal and professional identities over a professional career.

Presented at the crossroads of the Covid-19 pandemic this online workshop explores Continuing Professional and Personal development using a Professional Life Cycle approach towards self-care. Attending to self-care, may help stave off burnout, secondary PTSD and cynicism. Maintaining curiosity and creativity supports authentic and reciprocal relationships that promote healing and change.

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IFT Members Publications

Gross, V. & Goldin, J. (2008) Dynamics and Dilemmas in Working with Families in Inpatient CAMHS. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry Hildebrand, J. & Markovic,

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IFT connections ‘down under’

We are pleased to announce that IFT has formed a ‘twinning’ relationship with The Bouverie Centre, Melbourne. The Bouverie Centre is the leading family therapy

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Agency Based Training at IFT

Agency based training has become a significant pathway for the Institute to share systemic ideas and practices with Social Care and Health professionals. Since the

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