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دکتر عبداله امیدی

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دکتر عباس بخشی پور

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دکتر حمید پورشریفی

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دکتر حمیدرضا حسن آبادی

متخصص روانشناسی تربیتی

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دکتر فریبا زرانی

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دوره خانواده درمانی (در بستر فرهنگ ایرانی)

ارایه گواهی از Centre for Multicultural systemic Therapy از آمریکا 

 و مرکز مشاوره زندگی 

مدرس: پروفسور منیژه دانشپور (استادتمام دانشگاه بین المللی الاینت آمریکا)

چهارشنبه‌ها ساعت ۱۹ الی ۲۱:۳۰ به مدت ده هفته

شروع دوره: ۱۴ آبان

هزینه ثبت نام: ۱.۷۰۰.۰۰۰ تومان (پرداخت در دو قسط امکان‌پذیر است)

تخفیف ۱۰ درصدی دانشجویی

شرایط شرکت کنندگان: حداقل دانشجوی کارشناس ارشد

روانشناسی و مشاوره و رشته های مرتبط و دانشجویان روانپزشکی

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۰۲۱۸۸۲۳۰۹۵۶-۸ یا شماره همراه ۰۹۱۰۹۱۸۷۰۲۸

اشنایی با مدرس دوره در آدرس زیر:

https://drmanijehdaneshpour.com

 

سرفصل های دوره: Course Schedule

 

DATE

TOPIC & READINGS

October 7

Introduction and Review of syllabus

GENERAL SYSTEMS THEORY I: THE FUNDAMENTAL

CONCEPTS OF FAMILY THERAPY

Nichols Chapters 1; Gehart Chapter 1

October 14

BASIC TECHNIQUES OF FAMILY THERAPY

Nichols Chapter 3; Gehart Chapter 2; 

October 21

GENERAL SYSTEMS THEORY II: PHILOSOPHY &

EPISTEMOLOGY

Nichols Chapters 2 and 11; Gehart Chapter 3

October 28

FOCUSING ON FAMILY ARRANGEMENTS:

STRUCTURAL MFT

Nichols Chapter 7

Minuchin, S. (1974). Families & Family Therapy – chapters 2, 5, 7, 8

Ault-Riche, M. A Feminist Critique of Five Schools of Family Therapy

 

Structural family therapy and its distinctive features and its emphasis on structural change which acquires preeminence over the details of individual change as the main goal of therapy will be discussed. This presentation will also discuss the importance of paying attention to the therapist as an active agent in the process of restructuring the family. Clinical cases and practical clinical solutions to work with Muslim families will be discussed.

November 4

PATTERNS THRU GENERATIONS: BOWENIAN

THERAPY

Nichols Chapter 5

Knudson-Martin, C. (1994). The female voice: Applications to Bowen's family systems theory. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 20, 35-46. 

Ault-Riche, M. A Feminist Critique of Five Schools of Family Therapy (BowenSection only)

 

This session will focus on four of Bowen's basic constructs [differentiation, emotional system, multigenerational transmission, emotional triangle], followed by an exposition of three principles that underlie the application of Bowen theory [objectivity, proximity and protoplasm, healing as a self-regenerative phenomenon] with the context of clinical work with Muslim families.  This session tries to show that Bowen theory has the potential for being a true paradigm shift that challenges thinking in all the social sciences because of the way in which it reformats traditional dichotomies in the field, particularly with respect to Muslim culture, gender, pathology, and the process of healing. Clinical cases and practical clinical solutions to work with Muslim families will be discussed.

November 11

PSYCHOANALYTIC APPROACHES:

Nichols Chapter 9

 

This session will focus on the fundamental of the psychoanalytic theory, object relation theory, as well as attachment theory.  The paradigm shift in using this individualistic model with family will be discussed. Clinical cases and practical clinical solutions to work with Muslim families will be discussed.

November 18

 

 

FOCUSING ON THE HERE-AND-NOW: EXPERIENTIAL

FAMILY THERAPY: THE “FAMILY CRUCBILE” AND

THEORETICAL ISSUES - Whitaker

Nicoles, Chapter 8

 

This session presents experiential family therapy and how it tends to look beyond the medical model of psychology in order to open up a nonpathologizing view of the person which is highly applicable in working with Muslim families. This usually implies that the therapist downplays the pathological aspects of a person's life in favor of the healthy aspects. The aim of much experiential therapy is to help the client approach a stronger and healthier sense of self, also called self-actualization. All this is part of experiential family therapy motivation to be a science of human experience, focusing on the actual lived experience of persons and therefore can be applied to working with Muslim families. Clinical cases andpractical clinical solutions to work with Muslim families will be discussed.

 

FOCUSING ON THE HERE-AND-NOW: EXPERIENTIAL

FAMILY THERAPY- Satir

Nichols Chapter 8

Satir, V. & Baldwin, M. (1984). Satir step by step: A guide to creating change in families

 

This session presents experiential family therapy and how it tends to look beyond the medical model of psychology in order to open up a nonpathologizing view of the person which is highly applicable in working with Muslim families. This usually implies that the therapist downplays the pathological aspects of a person's life in favor of the healthy aspects. The aim of much experiential therapy is to help the client approach a stronger and healthier sense of self, also called self-actualization. All this is part of experiential family therapy motivation to be a science of human experience, focusing on the actual lived experience of persons and therefore can be applied to working with Muslim families. Clinical cases andpractical clinical solutions to work with Muslim families will be discussed.

 

 

November 25

PURPOSIVE APPROACHES: THE MRI, STRATEGIC &

MILAN MODELS

Nichols Chapter 6

Haley, J. (1991). Problem-solving therapy: chapters 1,2,4

Ault-Riche, M. A Feminist Critique of Five Schools of Family Therapy (Strategic-Haley, Milan & MRI sections)

 

This session describes clinical work with Muslim families that focus on brief strategic family therapy (BSFT). The culture-specific origins of BSFT will be reviewed. Treatment innovations are described that address the combination of intergenerational and cultural differences that occur among youths and their Muslim parents. Ultimately, this session articulates a way of thinking about adolescent problem behavior, its social interactional determinants, and a range of theoretically consistent family-centered strategies that attempt to change social ecological processes that impact adolescent developmental trajectories. Clinical cases andpractical clinical solutions to work with Muslim families will be discussed.

 

December 2

 

THE FEMINIST MODEL

 

Although family therapy recognizes the importance of the social context as a determiner of behavior, family therapists working with Muslim families need to examine the consequences of traditional socialization practices that primarily disadvantage women in Muslim families. The unquestioned reinforcement of stereotyped sex roles takes place in much of Muslim families. A feminist therapy orientation that considers the consequences of stereotyped sex roles and the statuses prescribed by society for females and males will be described. This session will also describe the ways in which family therapists who are aware of their own biases and those of the family can change sexist patterns through applying feminist principles to such areas as the contract, shifting tasks in the family, communication, generational boundaries, relabeling deviance, modeling, and therapeutic alliances.Clinical cases and practical clinical solutions to work with Muslim families will be discussed.

 

December 9

CONTEXTUAL FAMILY THERAPY

Nagy, I., Gruenbaum, J., & Ulrich, D.: Contextual Therapy

 

This session discusses contextual family therapy as an integrative, multigenerational, and multilateral approach that is very useful in working with Muslim families.  It is integrative because it embraces biology, psychology, transactional patterns and responsibilities.  It is intergenerational because it seeks the understanding of the individual and family context of at least three generations.  Its multilateral aspect is apparent due to the contextual therapist’s attempt to understand and be partial to all people who are affected by the discussions in the therapy sessions. Clinical cases and practical clinical solutions to work with Muslim families will be discussed.

 

 

 

 

BACKGROUND AND OVERVIEW

Over the years, family therapy has emerged as a separate and distinct discipline, one practiced very often by those outside the formal fields of psychiatry and psychology.  Marriage and family therapy have proven to be extremely effective for providing clinical services to all families especially for families from the collectivistic societies.  For most of its history, Psychotherapy has focused on identifying and eliminating the problems presented by individual pathologies and deficiencies. There is, however, an emerging trend or focus shift, from pathology and deficit toward developing personal strengths, competence, capabilities, and resources through therapy. It is a way of thinking that projects visions of what might be, and what should be, thereby helping people in therapy see the potential for change that generates solutions and actions that otherwise might not have materialized.  Family therapy has been the leader in concentrating on families’ strengths and competency. 

Course Description, Purpose, Outcomes, Structure, and Assessment

Course Description & Purpose

The purpose of this course is to examine the epistemological and theoretical foundations and

developments of family therapy. This includes acquiring knowledge, including evidenced-based

research, about them and applying the theories to clinical situations. Attention will also be given

to concerns surrounding gender, SES, developmental, ethnic and cultural factors. Class sessions

will be divided between lectures, discussions and practical application of theories. Attendees will

be critiquing each theory from socio-cultural, socioeconomic, gender, developmental and

evidenced-based perspectives. Attendees will be encouraged to begin to develop their own

personal style of therapy in light of theories studied. This courseis designed 

as a foundation to the field of family therapy and to the basic skills required of a family

therapist.

 

Instructional Strategy

Attendees will be introduced to the material and then be given the opportunity to

explore the styles and techniques related to each theoretical orientation. Attendees

will have the opportunity to implement their knowledge through exercises and role-play

situations. This course will include several strategies for instruction, including lecture,

discussion, role-play activities, experiential exercises and DVD clips. 

 

Class Component on Multicultural and International Issues

It is imperative for family therapists to consider diversity issues in all levels of training. This class will focus specifically on how modern and postmodern theories and therapeutic approaches do(or do not) attend to race, socio-economic status, gender,religion etc. The attendees will learn how to think critically about these theories and applications, especially when it comes to diversity.

 

Course Requirements and Assignments

Course Reading, class participation and attendance: This course requires the

active involvement of all attendees in the course. It is therefore expected that attendees will:

 

• Attend all meetings. 

• Come to course on time. Chronic tardiness is not acceptable. 

• Complete readings in advance of the class

• Participate in class discussion and other activities

• Help create an atmosphere of respect for the ideas and experiences of others. Cell

  phones must be turned off.  Each night you attend the course, kindly avoid browse the internet or check e-mail during the course. Also refrain from doing other things as it is disrespectful and distracting to others and to the professor.

• Contribute to the overall quality of discussion and ideas generated in the course

 

Because of the organization of this course, if you skip a session you are missing a specific

theoretical school, which is not covered again during the course. 

 

Assignment 1: There are 2 parts: Role-play presentation & Theory Paper.

 

Role-Play Presentation: At the beginning of the course, you will choose a

theory of therapy covered in the course. You will perform your role-play presentation on this theory. The presentation will last 30 to 40 minutes. Use a PowerPoint presentation tocommunicate the scenario to the audience. Presentations will occur during course sessions throughout the course, corresponding to the daily topic. Include the following steps:

Before the session:

1. Identify who is the therapist and who are the clients.

2. Describe a scenario in which the therapist is seeing either a couple or two or more

family members.

3. Explain client situation and tell audience how long therapist has been working with

the client system.

4. Pinpoint goal of therapy, according to chosen theory.

5. Communicate purpose of session, according to your theory.

During session:

1. Therapist will take clients from content (what happened to them in the past week) to

process (how they are interacting) according to chosen theory.

2. Demonstrate an intervention if it fits your theory.

After session:

1. Group will allow for questions about session and applied theory from the audience

2.2 Theory Paper (Critique)– How well does your chosen orientation address issues related to a special topic (domestic violence, affairs, medical illness, etc)? This will be a 5-6-pagepaper. The paper requires a minimum of at least 10 sources. You may use

sources from textbooks used in this class. Use only academic journals and academic books. Avoid general websites, such as Wikipedia or dictionary/encyclopedia type websites. Avoid blogs and news sites

 

Criteria for assessing presentation

• Demonstration of knowledge regarding theory & ability to impart knowledge

• Creativity

• Organization & Clarity

• Ability to handle questions from peers.

 

Assignment 2: There will be an in-home exam evaluating your understanding of the course materials and your ability to compare, contrast, and critique of the family therapy models, to apply them to particular family issues, and to articulate informed positions of the current status of family therapy theory and your evolving preferences in family therapy.  The exam will be handed out mid-way through the course.  The exam is due at the end of the course. 

 

Required Texts

 

1. Daneshpour, M. (2016).  Family Therapy with Muslims. Routledge. 
2. Nichols, M. (2011). The essentials of family therapy (6th ed.). Boston: Allyn & Bacon.

ISBN-13: 978-0205249008

3. Haley, J. (1991). Problem-solving therapy (2nd ed.). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. ISB N-

13: 978-1555423629

4. Minuchin, S. (1974). Families & Family Therapy. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University

Press. ISBN: 9780674292369

5. Napier, Y. A. & Whitaker, A. Carl (1988). The Family Crucible: The Intense Experience

of Family Therapy. New York: Harper/Collins Publishers. ISBN-13: 978-0-06-091489-9

6. Satir, V. & Baldwin, M. (1984). Satir step by step: A guide to creating change in

families. New York: Science and Behavior Books. ISBN-13: 978-0-831-40068-2

7. Gehart, D. (2018). Mastering competencies in family therapy. Cengage Learning.

ISBN- 13: 9781305943278

 

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