Systemic Family Model Intervention Basic Training in Family Therapy

Level 1 - Basic Training

Postgrado de 200 hours - Zoom Platform

Año académico: 2023-2024

Basic Training in Family Therapy Postgrado de 200 hours - Zoom Platform Año académico: 2023-2024

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Content Program

FIRST YEAR (ZOOM)

MODULE 1

A SYSTEMIC APPROACH
1.1 From the individual to the system
1.2 Analog and Digital Communication
1.3 Inconsistency communication

THE FAMILY SYSTEM (I)
1.4 Structure, process and symptom
1.5 Partnerships, coalitions and triangulation

THE FIRST CONTACT WITH FAMILY (I)
1.6 Derivation and typology

MODULE 2

CIRCULAR PATTERNS
2.1 Circularity
2.2 Metacommunication, metaperspective and meta-identity

THE FAMILY SYSTEM (II)
2.4 complementary and symmetrical Relations
2.5 Subsystems and family boundaries
2.6 Systems bonded and detached

THE FIRST CONTACT WITH FAMILY (II)
2.7 The Telefónica Listing

MODULE 3

THEORY OF COMMUNICATION AND INFORMATION
3.1 Bateson: Noting the differences
3.2 Elements and Principles of human communication
3.3 Body Communication: Kinesics and proxemics

PATTERNS OF INTERACTION
3.4 rating sequence of events
3.5 Hierarchical inconsistency
3.6 Family Rules

THE FIRST INTERVIEW PROCESS (I)
3.7 General considerations

MODULE 4

A THEORY OF CONTROL
4.1 Wiener: Cybernetics

TRANSITION AND CHANGE (I)
4.2 Family Crisis
4.3 The life cycle of families

THE FIRST INTERVIEW PROCESS (II)
4.4 Stages of the first interview

MODULE 5

FIRST AND SECOND CYBER
5.1 Negative feedback
5.2 Positive feedback

TRANSITION AND CHANGE (II)
5.3 Stages of the life cycle

INTERVENCIÓNFAMILIAR (I)
5.4 The therapeutic alliance
5.5 Accommodation and Restructuring

MODULE 6

THEORY OF SYSTEMS
6.1 Bertalanffy: General Systems Theory
6.2 Classification systems

FAMILY BELIEFS
6.3 Myths in the family

INTERVENCIÓNFAMILIAR (II)
6.4 Viewing the problem from another point of view
6.5 Use metaphors for change

MODULE 7

PROPERTIES OF OPEN SYSTEMS
7.1 Totality and Synergy 
7.2 Equifinality
7.3 Self-Organization

BEYOND NUCLEAR FAMILY
7.4 Single-parent families and stepfamilies
7.5 Educational styles

THERAPEUTIC REQUIREMENTS (I)
7.6 Propose tasks for change
7.7 Direct and indirect requirements

MODULE 8

MODELS AND SCHOOLS IN FAMILY THERAPY (Y)
8.1 Model of Palo Alto
8.2 Structural School
8.3 Strategic Therapy

FAMILY AND SOCIAL NETWORK
8.4 multiproblem Families
8.5 Network Map and Ecomapa

THERAPEUTIC REQUIREMENTS (II)
8.6 Double therapeutic links
8.7 Limitation of no change

SEGON YEAR (ZOOM)

MODULE 9

MODELS AND SCHOOLS IN FAMILY THERAPY (II)
9.1 Group Milan
9.2 Model Transgenerational

DYSFUNCTIONAL FAMILY HEALTHY AND FAMILY
9.3 Basic Differences

FAMILY ASSESSMENT (I)
9.4 Construction of the genogram
9.5 Structure, Information and relationships

MODULE 10

LOGIC LEVELS: THE PARADOX
10.1Russell: Theory of Types
10.2 Self-reference and recursion
10.3 Difference between change.1 and Change2
10.4 The difficulty in finding new solutions

IMPOSSIBLE TO OBEY INSTRUCTIONS
10.5 Theory of double-bond

FAMILY ASSESSMENT (II)
10.6 Guidelines for the analysis of a genogram
10.7 Circularity in evaluating 
10.8 Demand Analysis

MODULE 11

CONFLICT AND DECISION
11.1 Von Neumann: Game Theory
11.2 cooperative and non-cooperative games

INDIVIDUAL AND SYSTEM
11.3 games in the family

FAMILY ASSESSMENT (III)
11.4 Dimensions in evaluating
11.5 Scales family assessment

MODULE 12

SIMILARITIES BETWEEN SYSTEMS
12.1 Isomorphisms and resonances

Relational TRIANGLES
12.2 rigid Triads
12.3 auxiliary Triangles

INTERVENE IN THE FAMILY SYSTEM
12.4 The binomial stability-change
12.5 Resistance: a form of cooperation

MODULE 13

EVOLUTIONAL FEEDBACK
13.1 Entropy and Self-Organization
13.2 dissipative structures

GUIDELINES MULTIGENERATIONAL (I)
13.3 The ledger
13.4 Family Loyalty
13.5 Delegation

PARTICIPATORY LISTEN
13.6 The multidirigida bias
13.7 Clarify and Recap

MODULE 14

RENDERING MATURANA
14.1 autopoietic systems

GUIDELINES MULTIGENERATIONAL (II)
14.2 Individuation
14.3 Attachment Theory
14.4 Family Secrets

WORKING WITH SYMBOLS AND Metaphors
14.5 therapeutic Rituals
14.6 The family sculpture
14.7 Storytelling

MODULE 15

SECOND ORDER CYBERNETICS
15.1 Constructivism

THE BELIEF SYSTEM
15.2 Personal constructs and family
15.3 The attribution theory

QUESTIONS AS INTERVENTION
15.4 circular Questions
15.5 Questions about exceptions

MODULE 16

POSTMODERNISM
16.1 Social constructionism: The Narrative
16.2 Morin: The complex thinking

FAMILY TYPE
16.3 Types of relationships Jackson
16.4 Types of Olson family
16.5 Familiar tiplogia Beavers

THE EXTERNALIATION
16.6 Reify the problem

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