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Family Institute Thought Leaders to Present at the Illinois Association for Marriage and Family Therapy Conference

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This Friday, March 6th, Institute staff and faculty members Dr. William Pinsof, Mr. Doug Breunlin, Dr. Anthony Chambers, Mr. Bill Russell, Dr. Nancy Burgoyne and Dr. Jay Lebow will present a workshop at the IAMFT Conference in Naperville, IL.

This workshop is a unique opportunity to see these thought leaders present the groundbreaking, integrated psychotherapuetic model that they developed over four decades as experts in the field — Integrated Problem-Centered Metaframeworks (IPCM).

About the Workshop:

This six hour workshop will explain the nuts and bolts of IPCM, an integrated perspective developed at The Family Institute. Clinicians will have the opportunity to learn about the Institute’s innovative work while honing their own integrative skills. Participants of this workshop can expect to sharpen their ability to think systemically and to better navigate client systems that are complex, stuck or evolving in challenging ways.

About the Conference:

The IAMFT Conference will be held at the Northern Illinois University Conference Center, located at 1120 East Diehl Road in Naperville, IL. Participants will earn six hours of continuing education per day they attend. Pre-registration is closed, but walk-ins are welcome.

The IPCM Workshop will be held from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Friday, March 6th. Lunch will be provided.

Watch Dr. Breulin say more about the event below.

 

Learn more about The Family Institute on our website.

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