Gain insights and guidance to support complex family networks
The complexity series of workshops covers 4 topics focussed on complex situations within family networks.
This series is ideally suited to:
- All mental health practitioners
- Post-graduate students in relevant disciplines
- Professionals working in service delivery agencies, regulatory and funding bodies.
- Families dealing with complex matters
You will learn about:
- A clear systemic methodology to support clients in complex situations
- An understanding of the role of those involved in creating and maintaining complexity
- A way of thinking that addresses constraints to change
- Practical tools to explore and understand each client
- Strategies and intervention to address presenting difficulties
Bower Systemic Complexity Series
- Topic 1: A theoretical frame for understanding and working with complex cases
- Topic 2: Working with complex children and families
- Topic 3: Working with complex adolescents and families
- Topic 4: Working with complex adults and families
Please note: The knowledge presented in topic 1 provides the foundation for all following workshops. To maximise learning, it is assumed that participants will complete topic 1 as a pre-requisite, which is expanded upon throughout the other topics.
- Malcolm Robinson, Director of the Bower Place Complex Needs Clinic, social worker and family therapist<link
- Catherine Sanders, clinical psychologist and family therapist <link
- Psychologists, Ann Weir and Melissa Minney <link
- Social workers and counsellors, Ecaterina Eltahir and Charles Maddison <link