Search
Close this search box.
Search
Close this search box.

Family Systems and Structural Mapping

EVENT

Family Systems and Structural Mapping

Overview

Speaker: Oliver Drakeford, MA, LMFT, CGP
August 19th, 2022

The Family Systems and Structural Mapping course will guide clinicians through the process of creating a structural map while reviewing the core components of Structural Theory. The group will be shown a brief clip from a popular TV Show which portrays a realistic example of a dysfunctional family system. The conversational exchange in the clip will be the basis of the group creating a ‘Family Map’ as part of an experiential exercise. While each person in the group creates their own Family Map, we will collaborate as various aspects of Structural Family Systems are explained and described.

Click to download Family Mapping Handout

Other Events

12:30 PM PDT – 02:00 PM PDT With the prevalence of suicidal behaviors in adolescents continuing to rise, participants will learn and understand the latest

1.5 CE’s available for professionals When assessing substance use and co-occurring disorders in clinical populations, it is essential that clinicians have a guide to determine

Managing teens who engage in dangerous, harmful, costly or otherwise high-risk behaviors can be extremely challenging and stressful for a parent. It’s normal for parents

After a busy day at the 2023 West Coast Symposium, we invite professionals to join us for a fun evening of music and dancing at

Speaker: Oliver Drakeford, MA, LMFT, CGPAugust 19th, 2022 The Family Systems and Structural Mapping course will guide clinicians through the process of creating a structural

This webinar will help you identify and assess your parenting style, how your unique style affects your child, and how to implement a more effective