Adlerian family counselling: Introductory certificate
This 42 hour ASIIP accredited, certificated and assessed course offers a sound practical introduction to the theory and practice of the Adlerian/Dreikursian educational model of Family Counselling. The course is aimed at qualified practitioners, already familiar with core Adlerian concepts, and will provide sufficient grounding to enable participants to begin to work effectively with families. Throughout the training there will be live family counselling demonstrations and plenty of opportunity for skills practice.
Bucks Adlerian Training Associates are proud to present Anthea Millar as Core Assessing Tutor for this training:
Anthea, a BACP Senior accredited Counsellor and Adlerian Diploma holder, first trained in Adlerian Family counselling with Professor Manford Sonstegard in 1983 and also organised many training sessions in the UK with Professor Sonstegard throughout the 1980s and 1990s. She has received ongoing professional development in Family work with Oscar Christensen, Edna Nash, Frank Walton, Betty-Lou Bettner, Amy Lew, Jim Bitter, Bill Nicholl, Clair Hawes, and many others. She has run parent groups, trained parent group leaders and teachers and offered training in family counselling and parent education in the UK, Ireland, and Latvia. Anthea also has a Master’s degree in Counselling Training, Counselling Supervision and research, and was course director of the Adlerian Training in Cambridge for 26 years. Presently she is co-director of Cambridge Supervision training, and a co-chair of ICASSI, an international Adlerian summer school.