This comprehensive programme in Systemic Psychotherapy/Family Therapy has particular relevance for professionals in the health, social services, education, and related disciplines. This programme, which is recognised as one of the foremost psychotherapy training courses in Ireland has been running, subject to review and revision, for twenty-five years. This programme has recently been modified to fit with academic and professional training requirements emerging from both Irish and European Academic and Professional bodies.
This course is aimed at students who wish to develop their skills and knowledge in working as Systemic Psychotherapists with individuals, couples and families.
Who should apply
Anyone who has an interest in training as a Psychotherapist. Such as:
•Child Care Professionals
•People in Business
•Teachers and Guidance Counselors
•Those wishing to change career pathway
•Enables graduates to practice as family therapists in Ireland and abroad.
•The subjects of Theory, Clinical Practice, Personal Professional Development (PPD), Research and Diversity and Inclusivity are integral to the development of systemic Practice.
•Live Supervision of Clinical Practice is a unique feature of this course and a mentorship approach to learning clinical skills.
•Clanwilliam course places a significant emphasis on reflective practices and the key supporting theoretical underpinnings of collaborative dialogical practices and systemic ideas.
•Students are provided with opportunities to reflect on practice form the outset in multiple domains including PPD groups.
•Students undertake a dissertation utilising a newer methodology 1st person enquiry which is coherent with the ideas and practices of family therapy and reflective practice.
•Students are expected to have clinical practices opportunities throughout the duration of the course.