This Certificate course aims to introduce foundational systemic ideas that would promote an appreciation/ understanding of people, families, support networks and systems, from a relational lens and developmental life cycle perspective.
Participants will be provided with an in-depth understanding of salient systemic concepts such as general systems theory, circularity, feedback loops, context (inclusive of wider social and cultural discourse) and appreciate how the family functions and organises itself during transitional points, that supports personal autonomy while maintaining togetherness.
|This course enables participants to:|
|1.||Be equipped with a holistic approach in understanding complex issues beyond the presenting symptoms that are manifested in individuals and families.|
|2.||Enhance participants with a deeper level of self-awareness and begin to develop greater self-reflexivity|
21 Hours (2 weeks)
Participants will attend lectures together with the Post Graduate Certificate in Systemic Thinking and Approaches (PGC-STA) as this course is its 1st module. The course will be over 4 days and will cover the topics as shown below:
|1. Introduction to systemic thinking||Elijah Sim, Terence Tan|
|2. The development of the self in the relational world||Elijah Sim, Terence Tan|
|3. Problem development and resolution||Elijah Sim, Terence Tan|
Teaching and Learning Strategies
Participants will be engaged in the learning process with lectures, small group discussions led by an experienced team of Therapists from CCC and experiential exercises through online interactive tools.
In view of COVID-19 safety measures, the training will be conducted online via Zoom. It will be an interactive training with utilisation of breakout group discussions, experiential exercises in small groups with facilitators.