Coming to grips with family systems theory in a collaborative learning environment.
“To teach and apply family systems theory as developed by Dr Murray Bowen and consolidated by ongoing scholarship and research. To assist people to be researchers of themselves in their relationships as well as to provide a forum where professionals can collaborate, grapple and develop systems thinking.” Lily Mailler, faculty
All our training groups allow for experiential learning. Groups and workshops are kept to a size that maximises collaboration. Our larger meetings allow for plenty of Q & A and smaller break out group discussions. participants are provided with a range of home learning resources to consolidate their learning.
Workshops & Events
The FSI offers small group supervision encouraging participants to become clear about their own thinking regarding their work and management of them selves as a helper. The supervisor introduces a family systems way of understanding the clinical dilemmas presented.
To read more and see about any upcoming groups:
Family of Origin Coaching
Family of Origin Coaching assists the participant to be a researcher in their own family of origin and to understand their position and those of other family members, in the pattern of relationships. Family of Origin Research & Discussion groups or individual coaching options are available.
To read more and to see if there are available spaces in upcoming groups:
Systems @ Work
Systems in Ministry