Adler Academy of Minnesota is happy to invite you to
The Movement of “Uncomfortable”
in Family Systems
The movement of family systems going through strain, difficulty, and conflict have predictable patterns that can have a negative impact. These patterns impact us not only individually, but can also have an impact on the other relationships in our lives including extended family, friendships, and our children.
Through classroom lecture, whiteboard illustrations, handouts, role plays, and discussion participants will be able to identify the movement of these families and understand the impact this movement has on our connecting relationships.
Please join us as we discuss these patterns in family systems and how we as professionals can help support the healing and repair of these families and create healthy movement.
Who will present this workshop?
Joe Noble and Lori Thobideau are both practitioners working with families with high conflict dynamics and are the creators of the Bridging Parental Conflict Class – a class designed to support families moving through this difficult family dynamic.
December 10, 2016, from 10 AM to 2 PM CDT (4 CEUs)
Londonderry Office Bldg
5780 Lincoln Dr.
CEU: Application for approval is submitted to the MN BMFT. Certificate of attendance will be provided to all.
E-mail at [email protected]@gmail.com