International Family Therapy Association’s XIX World Family Therapy Congress (IFTA World Family Th)

Venue: NH Conference Centre Leeuwenhorst , Noordwijkerhout, Netherlands

Location: 2211 XT Noordwijkerhout, Netherlands

Event Date/Time: Mar 30, 2011 End Date/Time: Apr 02, 2011
Registration Date: Mar 03, 2011
Abstract Submission Date: Sep 30, 2011
Paper Submission Date: Sep 30, 2011
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Description

TOPICS

Abuse and Domestic Violence
- Bullying
- Emotional Abuse
- Physical Abuse: Child, Partner, Elder

Coaching

Consultation and Collaboration On:
- Collaborative Care
- Community Issues and Systems
- Homelessness, Migration, Resettlement
- Medical Issues and Systems, e.g., HIV/AIDS, Addiction, Substance Abuse

Death Dying, Bereavement, Loss

Divorce and Remarriage

Education and Training of
- Therapists
- Educational Preparation
- Clinical Training
- Supervision
- Therapy and Personal Growth
- Program Development
- Systemic Theory

Family Development
- Clinical Implications of Family Development
- Theories of Family Development and Clinical Interventions
- Child Development and Its Implications
- Parenting

Legal Regulation of Therapy/Therapists
- Certification, Licensure, Regulation Issues
- Legal Systems and Courts
- Mental Health and Illness

Research: Evaluation of Therapy
- Evidence Based Treatment
- Methodology
- Outcome Research
- Process Research
- State of Knowledge

Spirituality

Therapy
- Couple and Marital Therapy
- Family Therapy

Trauma and Healing
- Accident and Injury
- Natural Catastrophe
- Terrorism
- Torture
- War/Political

Venue

Additional Information

LANGUAGE: The official language of this international event is English. Certain presentations will be bilingual. Some presentation are arranged in advance to be spoken in Dutch with an English translator arranged by the speaker. LETTER OF INVITATION: The organizers will provide a letter of invitation to any pre-registered and paid participant who requests one for the purpose of helping potential participants raise travel funds or obtain a visa. It is not a commitment to provide any financial support.