Maudsley Family Therapy

Maudsley Family Therapy

BodyMatters

About this event

Andrew Wallis presents a workshop on the use of Family Therapy for adolescents via Zoom

Date: Friday 25 & Saturday 26 November 2022
Time: 9am to 5pm AEST

The aim of this workshop is to provide intensive practical training in the application of the MFBT model including:

  • Theoretical background, framework and the role of the multidisciplinary team
  • Guided role plays to help develop participants micro skill development
  • Detailed description of treatment phases, key sessions and the therapeutic process
  • Discussion of clinical issues and processes to enable successful implementation


Day 1 and 2 will cover all aspects of the model. The 4 online evening sessions will focus on clinical processes and problem solving within the model. At the completion, participants will have a good working knowledge of the model and will be able to consider using FBT in their clinical setting.




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