Working with more than one Person in the Room
Skills for Working with Couples
This Course is designed for Professionals who would like to develop or enhance their skills in working with Couples.
In this short ‘working with couples’ course, you will learn to reflect, consider and learn some theory about working clinically with couples. This course will encourage you to consider the relational environment of couples’ lives and relationships and your own approach to couples’ work.
Who Is This Course For?
The course is for all professionals who want to broaden their practice and be more confident in working with couples and relationship issues. This certificate course is designed to equip helping professionals with the knowledge and skills necessary to incorporate Couples Counselling into their practice and equip them with skills for working with more than one person in the room.
What will you Learn?
The course will help professionals in their work with couples and will assist those who are used to working only with individuals to work and think more about relationships. On completion, participants will also feel more able to consider issues such as the family of origin, sexuality, couple violence and betrayal in couple relationships. The course will invite active engagement by participants.
Venue: Wynns Hotel Dublin
Duration: 4 days in total
(can attend one, two, three or four days please specify dates where appropriate)
10:00 am – 4:00 pm Daily
Next Start Date: February 2019
Apply using the form attached and return to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Per day: €95.00
Total series: €350.00
Certificates will be issued only for attendance at all four workshops.
Day 1: February 23rd Carmel O’Hara and Ruth Eustace
Introduction to Systemic ideas/ Couples/Genograms
Couples through the Lifecycle
Diversity, Culture, and Couples including Sexual Identity
Day 2: March 23rd Deirdre Hayes and Sharon Travers
Intimacy Friendship and Communication
Betrayal, Affairs, and Pornography
Day 3: April 13th Corry de Jongh and Michael Flanagan
Violence, Power and conflict
Gender and Violence
Day 4: May 11th Ines Collins and Dermot King
Couples aging and Lifecycle Transitions
Separation and Parenting
CPD Points will apply
Course Details / Requirements
Course applicants should ideally be working in a setting where they are involved with couples and/or families in some way.