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Advanced Online MIM/D-EIS Training – Working with Families and Couples
May 23, 2022 @ 2:00 am - 8:00 am CDT
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The Theraplay Institute is not providing CEs for this program. Please contact Pilke Klinikka with any questions about continuing education.
Marschak Interaction Method Skills Training with Dyadic Emotional Interaction Style scoring (D-EIS) is a requirement for this course
This is a 2 day virtual training
May 23-24, 2022
2:00AM – 8:00AM CDT
Trainer: Saara Salo
Models that look only at the effects of social interaction patterns in father-child or mother-child dyads are inadequate for understanding the impact of interaction patterns on the whole family system. The family systems’ view provides a coherent foundation and framework for such efforts. Family therapy theories all agree that the dynamic organization and interactive emotional relations between family members, including co-parenting skills of the parents, even trans-generationally, may critically influence the individual’s well-being.
Couple romantic distress co-varies with individual emotional and behavioral disorders. The effect of couple distress—particularly negative communication—is not confined to the adult partners. Even when the effects are mediated through co-parenting skills and parenting alliance as suggested above, the couple’s interactive style cannot be totally dismissed when working clinically with families
- Identify when to apply the MIM
- Identify the dimensions of healthy family interaction
- Identify the dimensions of healthy couples interaction
- Identify when is the best time to apply the MIM as a couple
- Identify when is the best time to apply the MIM as a family
- Recognize in what situations to use the MIM with couple dyads
- Recognize in what situations to use the MIM with families
- Interpret the MIM via the DEIS scoring system with couples
- Interpret the MIM via the DEIS scoring system with families
- Identify the role the interactive emotional relations between parenting couples affects the entire family system
- Identify how the couple’s relationship affects co-parenting
- Identify how romantic distress co-varies with emotional and behavioral disorders
- Identify how negative communication between a couple should be addressed when working with a family system
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