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AFT promotes excellence in Family and Systemic Psychotherapy training in the UK via course accreditation and training development initiatives. It sets training standards and designs and monitors delivery of high-quality courses, from introductory modules in basic skills in working with families and other communities to full clinical qualifications at MSc and Doctoral level and systemic supervisor trainings. See our Trainng Overview on Levels of Training or download levels of training here as a PDF

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AFT members involved in training may wish to view our growing library of key reports and research, plus digital resources and downloads, available via the Members’ Area.


Training courses, short courses and workshops

AFT advertises a selection of short courses and workshops that take place around the UK.  These can be used for supporting your CPD (Continuing Professional Development). Please see the CPD policy for requirements in terms of hours. 

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AFT also provides a framework for accrediting courses in Family and Systemic Psychotherapy and in systemic practice.

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Whether you’re considering or currently training in family and systemic psychotherapy, we have a collection of useful information and supportive resources to help you make your next step.You can also become a student member of the AFT. This is a great way to keep up to date with current developments in family and systemic psychotherapy in the UK and to access high-quality resources to support your studies and practice.

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