Discover fresh perspectives and practical skills that you can use today to help your clients improve their family relationships and get meaningful results.
Introducing “Redesigning Family Dynamics” – a live, online experience that includes theory, experiential practice, and a protocol for working with families.
The course is live, so we are only opening it for a small group of clinicians.
June 6, 13, 20 and 27 (SOLD OUT!)
12 – 1:30 PM Eastern (9 – 10:30 AM Pacific)
October 24 and 31; November 7 and 14
12 – 1:30 PM Eastern (9 – 10:30 AM Pacific)
“The Redesigning Family Relationships course was very helpful. I have a mixed practice delivering both individual and family therapy, the course greatly strengthened my ability to focus on the systems approach when dealing with families, and avoid interventions more suited to individual therapy.
The case studies included in the course were vividly detailed. Participation in class discussions was lively and encouraged. The various techniques for interviewing the family were provided, and genograms were used to reveal data that would not necessarily emerge in interviews.
The course gave me a renewed confidence in my ability to provide effective family therapy and enthusiasm for doing so.”
— Walter Masterson, LCSW
Time at home together, separation, and other challenging circumstances pushed family dynamics front and center. Long-ignored issues that were easily avoided in pre-pandemic life were suddenly intensified and spotlighted.
Many families are now asking for help dealing with situations like:
Fortunately, more people are seeking help.
Family therapy however, is complex and challenging. Unlike individual therapy, working with families requires a systemic perspective, which follows the principle “what you do affects me”.
This brings a whole new set of challenges even for experienced clinicians:
Traditionally, the route to learning these techniques was post-graduate specialized training.
But how can you help your clients now, instead of waiting to get trained for at least two more years?
Redesigning Family Dynamics is for you if you’ve felt the frustration of wanting to do family work but not knowing where to begin… If you’re ready to:
This unique course teaches clinicians a groundbreaking method developed with the guidance of renowned family therapist Monica McGoldrick.
This course is live, so we are only opening it for a small group of clinicians.
Enroll today to ensure your spot in the training.
Regular price just $497. Enjoy a $50 Early Bird Discount through September 15, 2022!
For groups of five or more, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to receive a code for group discount of $100 per person! (Group Discount cannot be combined with Early Bird Discount)
From templates, worksheets, 4 interactive classes and specific interventions to use, the method and protocol that you will learn in Redesigning Family Dynamics will help you bring results to your clients long-term.
BONUS: Join the course today to be added to our exclusive Referral Network, so you can grow your practice with new pre-screened clients.
Tracy K. Ross has been a couples and families therapist in NYC for over 25 years. With graduate degrees from Columbia University and Fordham University, Tracy is a licensed clinical social worker, organizational psychologist, certified discernment counselor, and collaborative divorce coach. She completed post-graduate training at the Ackerman Institute’s family & couples externship program. Tracy has a private practice in the West Village and for the past 10 years has also worked as a faculty member on the Resilient Families/Special Needs Kids Project at the Ackerman Institute for the Family. She lives in NYC with her family.
Judi Aronowitz has been working with couples and families to strengthen relationships and create close communicative bonds for the past 15 years. Judi is a graduate of The Ackerman Institute for the Family Externship Program and holds a certificate in working with children and adolescents from NIP. Additional positions include: Licensed Registered Nurse in Pediatrics; Sr. Social Worker, Supervisor; Beth Israel /Mt Sinai Child and Adolescent Outpatient Department. She is a certified discernment counselor. Judi has a private practice in downtown Manhattan and for the past 10 years has worked as a faculty member on the Resilient Families /Special Needs Project at the Ackerman Institute for the Family. She lives in NYC with her Family.
We developed this program at the height of the pandemic, a time when more and more families were experiencing a resurfacing of old dynamics that were disrupting current relationships. As a resuflt, we took a deep dive into family therapy, both theory and practice.
In the creation of this course we revisited all the material we could get our hands on, both old and new, while working closely with Monica McGoldrick, a major pioneer in the field and a direct disciple of Murray Bowen.
While many of our colleagues are highly skilled individual and couples’ therapists, we realized that few have the experience and confidence to work with adult families. As a result, we developed the course we wish we had taken.
We are very excited to be offering this to you. It’s a fully live course, conducted over 4 virtual sessions throughout June and it includes theory, practice, and cheat sheets you can use every time you have a family session.
We teach the course ourselves and only accept a small group of students so that we can make sure we can give you our undivided attention during the 4 weeks of training.
We hope to meet you in June!
–Tracy and Judi