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家之源家庭治疗课程·第六届 正在招募!

 
陈向一 教授、孟馥 教授授课
 
本课程的独特之处是用临床现场录影加分析讲解的方式,来了解和探讨家庭关系的千丝万缕。它从家庭面临的现实问题入手,包括孩子的行为问题、饮食障碍、拒学、焦虑、抑郁、以及夫妻关系与矛盾、三代亲情与冲突等问题,通过观摩和解读大量真实的临床案例录像和现场示范,并细细剖析,从而让学员对丰富多彩的家庭关系有新的系统性的理解。
每个人都活在关系中,而家庭关系又是所有人际关系的源头。对家庭关系的理解,将会进一步扩展和深化从事教育、医疗、辅导和心理等助人工作者的资源。
课程由心理督导师、家庭治疗师陈向一教授、孟馥教授主讲,著名家庭治疗师李维榕教授也会现场示范家庭评估与咨询。
 
讲题
9月21日第一天:家庭治疗的发展:家庭评估的四步模式
9 月22日第二天:儿童与青少年的家庭治疗
9 月23日第三天:现场观摩李老师家庭评估与分析
10 月14日第四天:现场观摩李老师家庭评估与分析
10 月15日第五天:伴侣治疗;婚外情与离婚家庭的处理
10 月16日第六天: 多代家庭的家庭工作;心身疾病的家庭治疗
11月16日第七天:心身疾病的家庭治疗续;拒学和其他特殊情况的家庭处理
11月17日第八天:与家庭共舞
 
关于主讲人
陈向一 教授
深港青少年与家庭治疗中心主任 主任医师,广东医学院附属深圳市第六人民医院精神卫生科原主任,曾赴美国芝加哥伊州大学医学院、哈佛大学医学院进修夫妻与家庭治疗。从事精神医学工作35年。
孟馥 教授
同济大学附属东方医院主任医师 同济大学心理谘询与教育培训中心顾问、临床督导,中国心理学会首批注册心理督导师,上海市心理学会心理谘询与心理治疗专业委员会副主任委员。擅长诊治各种儿童与青少年心理障碍、亲子沟通、家庭教育和婚姻辅导等家庭问题。
 
课程报名
本次培训总共8天,分三次进行。
日期:9月21日-23日;10月14日-16日;11月16日-17日
时间:上午10:00 - 下午5:00
地点:音昱听堂  上海市徐汇区建国西路357号(近太原路)
费用:8000元
          早鸟价 6400元 | 限7月20号前完成报名缴费
          优惠价 7200元 | 限8月20号前完成报名缴费
 
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一起走过20年

自从李维榕老师请她的老师Minuchin 一起来北京讲学,一晃就是二十年。当年参与学习的很多同学,现在都成为国内家庭治疗领域的重要人物。

这次在陈向一、孟馥和杜亚松各位老师的召集下,把当年三十多位旧相识请到上海家之源来,并于二零一九年一月六日展开一次历史性的对话和分享。

结构派家庭治疗在国内经过20年的奔波,也成功地把华人地区家庭治疗工作带入国际家庭治疗的舞台。李维榕老师在亚洲多年所发展的工作,让她荣获2014年美国家庭治疗学院所颁发的“家庭治疗理论与实践杰出贡献奖”。她独创的儿童身心健康家庭评估程式,欧美多国专家都有提出合作要求。

通过这个由家之源主办的“结构家庭治疗在中国”的研讨会,我们祈望碰撞出更多创意的火花,在这难得的相聚中,回顾当年、畅谈现在、展望未来。

 

 

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AAFT 5TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE

In Search of Diversified Families: The Development, Ecology, and Future of Family Therapy in Asia

 

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Professional Training of Children Assessment​

 

At Aitia Family Institute we provide continual professional education for therapists. On the 10th and 11th of June 2015, the institute’s Clinical Director Dr Lee Wai-Yung, held a two full-day supervised training on an aspect of family assessment. At the training, therapists engaged in discussion and observed through a one-way mirror (with consent from the client), the circumstances surrounding the child’s emotional arousal when parents communicated openly about their presenting issues. A child's emotional and behavioral problems (including a variety of physical, emotional and psychological dysfunctions), are often associated with the issues presented within the family. By measuring the child's physiological responses such as, skin conductance, body temperature and heart rate, the child's emotional state as a result of his or her relationship with parents does become more apparent. This mode of assessment does offer parents new insights into the physical, emotional and psychological health of their child.

Aitia Family Institutecontinues to provide supervised training on this aspect of family assessment, creating a platform for improving familyrelationships within therapeutic settings.
     
Shown below are the pictures taken at the training.

 

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AITIA’S LAUNCH OF THE SUPERVISORY PROGRAMME IN FAMILY THERAPY​

At Aitia we recognize that continual professional education and clinical supervision is essential for the professional
development of family therapists in working with diverse family systems. 
   
Dr Wai-Yung Lee, Clinical Director of Aitia Family Institute,  (recipient of the prestigious 2014 American Family
Therapy Academy’s award for distinguished contribution to family therapy theory and practice), conducted Aitia
supervision workshops for senior therapists, clinicians, practicing counsellors, educators and trainers at the Octave
Living Room in Shanghai on the 3rd and 4th of April, 2015.

A good number of practitioners from different provinces of China, came together to receive supervision and
guidance on the fundamentals of family therapeutic casework management and intervention. Participants received
fresh perspectives on the essential dynamics for working with couple and family relationships. They gave a resounding
positive feedback on the insights gained and the impact that the supervision would have on their overall casework
management.
 

This year long intensive supervision group for practitioners supervised by Dr Lee Wai-Yung, Dr Chen Xiangyi,
Assistant Clinical Director of Aitia Family Institute (and a Professor of Psychiatry) and visiting associate faculty
member, Meng Fu, will count towards clinical membership of the American Association of Marital and Family Therapy
(AAMFT).

 

 

[Top and bottom left pictures: Dr Lee Wai-Yung supervising the group; Bottom right picture: Front: Dr Lee Wai-Yung, Dr Chen Xiangyi; Back: Dr Leon Liu , Rosseana Wong, Dr Ma Xiquan.]

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AITIA FAMILY INSTITUTE OPENS IN SHANGHAI

Aitia Family Institute (AFI) officially opened Friday, September 26, 2014 in Octave Living Room in Shanghai
with a warm welcome from Chairman Frederick Chavalit Tsao to over 90 distinguished guests and friends. AFI, one
of the most comprehensive family organizations in Shanghai dedicated to the enhancement of human relationships, 
featured three seminars throughout the day: ‘Working with Asian Chinese Families’ led by Dr. Wai Yung Lee, the
Clinical Director of the Aitia Family Institute; Dr. Jay Lebow, the Editor in Chief of  Family Process spoke on ‘Publication about Family Therapy and Family Science: An International Perspective”; and 'The Healing of a Couple 
in Distress' presented by Dr. Evan Imber-Black, Professor and Program Director of the Marriage and Family 
Therapy Master's Program at Mercy College, Dobbs Ferry, New York. 

 

 

[The Aitia Family Institute Opening Ceremony and Inauguration Seminar]

 

Aitia Family Institute is the brainchild of the founder Chairman Frederick Chavalit Tsao. His vision is to 
establish a center of excellence through its leadership in practice, research and training on family dynamics and 
human relationships. Based on the need in the region, AFI will implement specialized projects to fill the gaps in 
the existing service provisions and promote new knowledge in selected areas for research. Through the integration 
of practice, research and training AFI is committed to developing more cross-regional, cross-disciplinary 
collaborations to benefit individuals and families in China and beyond.

Under the stewardship of acclaimed Clinical Director Wai Yung Lee, Ph.D. from Hong Kong, AFI offers a wide 
range of family enhancement programs to the general public including individual, family, and group counseling. 
These include Family and Marriage Therapy, Children Assessment Services and Educational Services.

AFI also offers a broad range of educational and training programs for clinicians and the public audience, 
both on short- and long-term basis, as well as tailor-made in-service training packages for local agencies and 
academic facilities. These include: Certificate Courses inFamily Therapy, One Year Advanced Certificate Course in 
Family Therapy, Clinical Supervision in Family Therapy, Live Case Demonstration, Professional & Public Workshops 
and Specialized Projects.

The team at AFI brings with it a wealth of experience and acclaim in Asia and globally. Dr Wai-Yung Lee is 
herself the recipient of the 2014 American Family Therapy Academy’s Distinguished Contribution to Family 
Therapy Theory and Practice Award for distinguished contribution to family therapy theory and practice, “We 
want AFI to become a center of excellence through its leadership in practice, research and training on family 
dynamics and human relationships." says Dr Wai-Yung Lee.

The clinical team members include the Associate Clinical Director, Chen Xiang Yi, Ph.D., Chief Physician of 
Shenzhen Sixth People's Hospital and a leading figure in the development of family therapy in China. Dr. Liu Liang, a 
specialist in psychiatry and psychotherapy from Tongji University in Shanghai and formerly a research fellow in 
The Lab of Adult Development, at Massachusetts Hospital, Harvard Medical School on couple dynamics. Also, Dr. 
Ma Xiquan, who graduated as medical doctor from Tongji University and worked as a psychiatrist in the Clinical 
Mental Health Department of Shanghai Dong Fang Hospital.

[Contributed by: Margie Chiang, Director Public Relations, IMC Octave Shanghai]