The Family Institute offers practicing mental health professionals a broad range of continuing education programs. From its bi-weekly Professional Development Seminars series to ongoing mini-courses that build skills and enhance clinical practice, the Institute is committed to offering high level continuing professional education and advanced training programs that are stimulating, and clinically-relevant.
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PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SEMINARS
All seminars are given in English unless otherwise noted, and are held in the Simcha Hall on the campus of Neve Yerushalayim. Seminars take place from 10:30 – 12:30, cost 50 NIS, and are open to men and women with separate seating provided.
Click here for a listing of Professional Development Seminars for 2012-2013
Minicourses are held on the Neve Yerushalayim campus. Where courses are open to men and women, separate seating is provided. Minicourses are intended for mental health professionals, and are given in English.
Click here for a listing of Mini Courses for 2012-2013
Throughout the year, the Family Institute hosts presentations by outstanding practitioners, researchers, and educators with expertise in special clinical areas are invited to the Family Institute to lead a discussion of current cases brought by participants. Grand Rounds are generally open to current students, graduates, and faculty of the Family Institute’s academic and training programs as well as other invited practitioners.
An intensive, all-day seminar, offered annually, attracts practitioners from throughout Israel for an interactive learning experience with a master clinician. Religious mental health practitioners, in particular, find this to be an opportunity for in-depth focus on contemporary clinical issues critical to their work.
PEER SUPERVISION GROUPS
Practicing therapists may join a professional peer supervision group at the Family Institute for low cost, supportive supervision within which even experienced therapists gain insights, and alternative treatment perspectives. A Peer Supervision group serves as a valuable source of professional networking, and provides a close-knit professional community for private practitioners.