Family work

  • Thursday 14 July 09:30am
    This 4-day live stream course, presented by The Bouverie Centre, provides a basic introduction to core concepts of family therapy theory and practice.

  • Thursday 18 August 09:30am
    This live-stream online course, presented by The Bouverie Centre, explores shame as a byproduct of trauma. It draws on Attachment and Trauma theories, Narrative Therapy and Family Therapy to explore how shame is manifest through the experience of trauma.

  • Tuesday 30 August 09:30am
    This 2-day course, presented by The Bouverie Centre, integrates theoretical and practical ideas from both individually oriented and systemic approaches when working with families and individuals where there has been trauma.

  • Monday 05 September 09:30am
    This course, which will be held in person at The Bouverie Centre, takes you through narrative, projective and questionnaire methods for assessing teen and adult attachment, with case examples.

  • Thursday 08 September 09:30am
    This live streamed course, presented by The Bouverie Centre, provides a practice-based introduction to using narrative therapy and other creative processes with Indigenous families. You will get to explore the principles, philosophies and concepts underpinning the narrative approach.

  • Monday 12 September 09:30am
    This 4-day course held in person and presented by The Bouverie Centre, provides a basic introduction to core concepts of family therapy theory and practice.

  • Wednesday 14 September 09:00am
    Presented by The Bouverie Centre, this live-stream half-day course is the practice companion to Bouverie’s Single Session Family Consultation (SSFC) self-paced online course. It provides you with an opportunity to consolidate your knowledge of SSFC and enhance the application of these ideas in your clinical practice.

  • Thursday 27 October 09:30am
    This live-stream course, presented by The Bouverie Centre, assists healthcare and welfare practitioners work systemically with families (non-offending parent, children, grandparents, etc) in the aftermath of domestic and family violence.

  • Thursday 24 November 09:30am
    Gain conceptual knowledge of frameworks for understanding and working with families experiencing loss and grief. Aside from bereavement grief, this live stream workshop, presented by The Bouverie Centre, explores the impact on families of grief associated with experiences such as mental illness, disability such as acquired brain injury, chronic illness, and the many other life events which lead to non-finite (disenfranchised) grief.