FOUNDATION IN FAMILY THERAPY INTENSIVE
                              30 CEU's

A 16 WEEK COURSE, TUESDAYS MORNINGS, SEPTEMBER, 2017.












Paula Ochs LCSW, CP, PAT               Jude Webster DSW, LCSW

This 16-week intensive training in family therapy in Northern NJ  
offers clinicians in private practice and in agency environments
a foundation in family therapy. Participants will gain an
understanding of the history of family therapy and why it is a
revolutionary step in psychotherapy; family dynamics; the role of
intergenerational dynamics in the family structure; the
importance of the body/mind connection; and the development
of the self as therapist.  Small group supervision is included.

CE INFORMATION
This course, Foundation in Family Therapy Intensive, Approval
#163009-418
, provided by Chrysalis Clinical Supervision & Training, is
approved for continuing education by the New Jersey Social Work
Continuing Education Approval Collaborative, which is administered by
NASW-NJ. CE Approval Collaborative Approval Period: November 28,
2016 through August 31, 2018.

Social workers will receive
thirty (30) clinical, ethics, and social
competence
continuing education hours for participating in this
course.  MFT’s and LPC’s are also eligible for CEU’s.

For registration and more information on Foundation in Family Therapy
Intensive contact
Paula Ochs.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
This course is appropriate for licensed social workers, espcially
LCSW's, family therapists, and counselors who are interested in
learning how to do clinical work with couples and families.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Paula Ochs and Jude Webster will draw on their rich experience as
active clinicians, supervisors, and educators in order to teach beginning
and intermediate level clinicians who wish to treat couples and families.
Both Paula and Jude have taught and supervised for many years and
have found that experential leaning is the most powerful form of
learning.  They use a unique combination of Structural, Developmental,
and Psychodramatic theories in their work.   

Participants will learn that current and past events and relationships,
both physical and psychological, along with enviromental factors, have a
profound effect on couples and families.  They will provide instruction
using video-taped sessions from Minuchin, Andolfi, Zerka Moreno, and
other master clinicians.  They will also reference writings from leaders
such as Thomas Szasz, and Daniel N. Stern designed to challenge
common assumptions about mental health.  Participants will engage in
role-play and sculpting in order to learn the concepts.

Participants will be able to…

1.    Gain an overview of family treatment and its relation to clinical
practice.
2.    Reframe problems from an individual to an interpersonal
perspective.
3.    Develop skills in making systemic and developmental assessments
and interventions that embrace current relationships and events and
include the dynamics of family of origin.
4.    Learn how to incorporate movement/action in assessments and
interventions with a wide range of clients.
5.    Develop multi-cultural sensitivity in assessing dysfunctional patterns
and acquiring knowledge of appropriate interventions to alter family
structure.
6.    To demonstrate a knowledge of ethical dilemmas in family practice
and how to address them.
7.    Identify how participants’ roles and experiences in their family of
origin and current life have an impact on the therapist/client relationship
and treatment.

A certificate is provided at the end of the course.


FACULTY
Paula Ochs LCSW, CP, PAT
Paula Ochs is an experienced family therapist, psychodramatist, and
certified supervisor practicing in New Jersey.  She is the founder and
director of Chrysalis Clinical Supervision and Training, which specializes
in the professional development of social workers and family therapists
at all levels.   She is an Adjunct Associate Professor at NYU and
recently taught a course in Family Therapy to social work graduate
students at Rutgers.  Paula co-led, with the Minuchin Center for the
Family, an institute-level course in Structural Family Therapy in 2013
and has presented workshops on Family Therapy, Psychodrama, and
Supervision, at many universities and conferences.  She has trained
intensively with several master therapists including Sal Minuchin,
Maurizio Andolfi, and Jeff Zeig.

Jude Webster, DSW, LCSW
Jude Webster has been a family therapist for twenty-five years. She has
been in private practice in Montclair, NJ for the past eleven where she
specializes in women’s reproductive health and clinical supervision.  
Currently she co-runs a clinical supervision group for social workers
training for their clinical license. As a trained movement therapist she
pays close attention to the relationship between mind and body in her
work. She teaches at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, and
frequently presents her work at conferences around the country.

When: Tuesdays, 9:30AM-12:30PM, beginning September 19, 2017
Where: Upper Montclair, NJ

FEES/CANCELLATIONS/GREIVANCES
Early Bird Registration is $950. Early Bird Registration ends August 19.
After 8/19, Registration is $1150.  50% refund for cancellations before
September 1, 2017.  Deadline for cancellations is September 5, 2017.
There will be no refunds after September 5, 2017.  All requests for
refunds and other grievances must be directed in writing to
Paula Ochs.

Please contact Paula Ochs for instructions for disability access. Chrysalis
Clinical Supervision & Training is wheelchair accessible.
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