Working systemically with individuals and families
Level 6, 20 credits *Subject to validation
This module will enable you to develop an understanding of the underlying theory and principles of systemic practice with individuals, families and related systems and will demonstrate the ability to synthesis theory within the context of practice and offer a reflexive approach to this, the literature and the self.
The course will be taught over 7 weeks.
One day per week teaching commencing at 9.30am and ending at 5.00pm. You will be required to undertake online activity in between sessions.
Those wishing to develop an understanding of the application of systemic theory in practice will gain an understanding of this and an opportunity to practice
- skills within a practice environment Systemic theories and principles underpinning systemic practice with families and organisations
- Systemic theory and its application to self, child, couple, family and the therapeutic relationship
- Research on systemic practice especially in current areas of practice
- Systemic approaches
- Wider social context (including professional, political and legal) on self and families
- Use of the genogram in practice
- Understanding the complexities of family relationships, strengths and vulnerabilities
- Identification of individual and family strengths
- Awareness and consideration of own personal, family and cultural experiences from a systemic perspective
- Reflecting on self, others and influence on professional practice
You will be required to create a 4500-word patchwork ePortfolio – this is practice related and reflective of the self in relation to your work
Evidence of study at level 5 to DipHe level
20 credits at level 6 will be attained
Study days are Wednesday, taught sessions:-
How to apply
Please apply using the online application form selecting Undergraduate from the Level of Entry drop down.
Further information is available in our CPD for healthcare professionals brochure.
Faculty Admissions Team
Faculty of Education, Health and Community
Liverpool John Moores University
79 Tithebarn Street
Liverpool L2 2ER
T: 0151 231 5829
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