A Two-Day Workshop Friday & Saturday 19 & 20 March 2021 (9.00am – 4.30pm)

Conversations Within and Between

Rosemary Watkins presents her understanding of “Internal Family Systems” based on the work of Richard Schwartz and his colleagues.

It is a model that can be used very effectively with many individual clients and they can be encouraged to use it at home, at work or in other settings. It is also suitable for your work with couples and families.

Clients can come to understand and work with aspects of their lives that either they themselves (or their partners) are not comfortable with, such as: workaholic tendencies, addictions, outbursts of anger or rage; withdrawing/closing off behaviours; anxious/worrying/ruminating behaviours. The insight and new understandings derived can lead to changes that bring about a freer and more enjoyable way of living life, whilst encouraging the client to discover an internal resource of a ‘best-self’ leader in his/her own life.

 ‘Conversations’ workshop offers exploration of:

  • ‘Internal Family Systems’ and how it links with Family Therapy
  • Identifying and assisting clients to understand and work with their unique internal family drawing on the use of creative visualisation techniques.
  • Understanding and working with the ‘Three – Group System’ which clients are likely to have internalised.
  • The concept of ‘Self’- how it is similar and different to its use in other models.
  • The Therapist’s internal family. Who leads in the therapy session?

Comments from previous ‘Conversations’ workshops:

 “I liked and learned from the experiential work, particularly the one-to-one work”.

I found Rosemary’s way of working to be excellent.   She has moulded IFS and her experience of family systems beautifully”.

“It could enhance a client’s internal reflection and bring a therapist to another depth”.

Rosemary Watkins invites you to join her for this two-day experientially-based workshop.

Venue:                             Conference Room (upstairs) WILLIAM STREET FAMILY THERAPY CENTRE 544 William Street Mount Lawley (Corner Chelmsford Road)

Participants:                 Maximum 16 participants

Dates & Times:             Friday and Saturday 19 & 20 March 2021 (9.00am- 4.30pm)

Fees:    Regular:          $506 (includes GST) If paid after 19 February 2021 

               Earlybird:        $462 (includes GST) If paid by 19 February 2021 

Fees include a light lunch & morning & afternoon tea & coffee

Facilitator:    ROSEMARY WATKINS MA Human Services is an experienced therapist, trainer and group facilitator; she is an Accredited Supervisor and Clinical member of AAFT (Australian Association of Family Therapy) and holds registration with The Psychotherapy & Counselling Federation of Australia (PACFA). Rosemary works in private practice from Applecross and Mount Lawley and she has provided training and education in tertiary and private settings in Perth in addition to several locations overseas. Rosemary aims to share her knowledge in a relaxed, informative way that holds an intention of promoting the development of a more confident and encouraged practitioner, willing to explore a deepening of his/her own creative energy in the clinical setting.

Enquiries:           Secretary, William Street Family Therapy Centre 544 William St, Mt Lawley WA 6050.                    Tel: (08) 9227 8038; Email: info@wsftc.com.au   Website: www.wsftc.com.au 

Cancellation policy: No cancellations possible, but place transferable to a third party

REGISTRATION: Watkins Conversations Within & Between Workshop (Fri & Sat 19 & 20 March 2021)



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Make Cheques payable to: William Street Family Therapy Centre, 544 William St, Mount Lawley WA 6050

EFT Payment: Into Westpac Bank BSB #: 036 045; Account #: 103606

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