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Mentalization-based Treatment for Families, Yale
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- Yale University
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The course will cover the theory and research base of mentalisation-based therapy with families, with an introduction to some of the core clinical skills used in MBT-F. The primary focus will be on the clinical practice of MBT-F.
Please note that this is a different course to Peter Fonagy & Anthony Bateman's Mentalization Based Therapy training.
Who is this course suitable for?
Applicants should have a mental health qualification e.g. psychology, counselling, psychiatry, nursing, social work, and should have experience of working therapeutically with people with families. The course assumes prior experience of therapeutic work with children and/or families and does not provide an introduction at this level.
Aims of course
The aim of the course is to provide mental health professionals with an introduction to the Mentalization Based Therapy for Families (MBT-F) model, and how to apply the approach to children and their families with a range of emotional and behavioural difficulties.
There are currently no dates scheduled for this course. We hope to announce new dates shortly.