The Family Therapy Training Program is The Family Institute’s most intensive program for professional development.
The heart of the program is helping to establish mutual relationships in families. We believe that the ultimate, if unacknowledged, goal of all family therapies is an increase in the level of mutuality between family members. As family health improves family members are more able interact in a reciprocally, co-creational manner. Family dysfunction expresses a deep fear that such relationships could be dangerous to family survival. Family therapies strive to promote such relationships and alter these fears.
The Family Institute provides clinical experience with individual, group and live supervision as well as an educational component that meet the requirements of the The Israel Association for Couple and Family Therapy.
Time Commitment Per Week:
Education = 4 hours
Individual Supervision = 1 hour
Group Supervision = 2 hours
Client Contact = 5 hours
Interns must have the following in order to be considered for admission to The Family Institute:
Bachelor's degree from an accredited university
Master's degree from an accredited university in the helping profession
Ability to offer psychological services in Hebrew
Adherence to cultural and religious sensitivities
Completion of application process