Systemic Informed Therapy: The Basics
Systems Theory is widely known for its core attributes of information pro-cessing, adaptation to changed circumstances, self-organization, self mainte-nance and self-corrective feedback. This workshop will help participants have a greater understanding of Systems Theory and its clinical application.
- Attendees will receive a primer in Systems Theory; the theoretical foundations and tenants of a systemic philosophical approach.
- Workshop participants will be provided an overview of how to work with clients using a systemic approach, including clinical interventions ent with Systems Theory.
Michael Negrette (MA, LMFT) is a Marriage and Family Therapist in private practice with 25 years of clinical experience, working with thousands of families and couples. Professor Negrette has been a faculty member at the University of Phoenix since 2005 and currently has the role of Lead Faculty – Area Chair and has presented at state and national conferences on topics such as sex therapy, post-modernism, and how therapists in private practice operationalize and integrate communication technology into their practices.
Please RSVP to
Kristal James 801-317-9004 (office) 801-842-5904 (cell) email@example.com
University of Phoenix has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider No. 4570.
Each participant will receive 2
NBCC clock hours.