Certificate Course in Family Therapy

799.003,999.00 ( Inclusive of GST )

Family first! Strengthening the communication in a relationship.

Family Therapy is a branch of psychological counselling that works with family and couple therapy to nurture change and positive development for the benefit of all.


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Family first! Strengthening the communication in a relationship.

Family Therapy is a branch of psychological counselling that works with family and couple therapy to nurture change and positive development for the benefit of all.

Program Fee: 3999
Reserve Your Seat at: 799

Batch-4 starts from  27th September 2021.

Mode: Online

Classes will be on Monday & Friday

Certificate Course Overview

Duration:3 Months
Classes:2 Days a week (Monday & Friday)
Skill Level:Expert
Live Lectures:
Hard Copy CertificateYes


Sakshi Seth Grover
(Counselling & Organizational Psychologist, Family Therapist)


Monday – 5 to 7 pm ( 2 hour )
Friday- 5 to 6 pm
( 1 hours )

What is the program about?

Do you feel that your parents don’t understand you? Or that your children don’t understand from your perspective? Are you facing relationship issues? Family Therapy, as a branch of Counselling, addresses and resolves conflicts between the family members by improving the communication and teaching better coping techniques. Join this certificate course to learn in detail about Family Therapy, and gain practical knowledge through our specifically targeted role plays for easier understanding.

Who is the program for?

This course is curated for enthusiasts who have the curiosity to learn, understand and broaden their horizon of knowledge.


Either Pursuing or completed Masters in Psychology .

What is the format of the program?

  • Live lectures by Family Therapist and Counselling Psychologist.
  • Duration – 3 months
  • 2 Lectures per week, 
  • Unlimited Access to Lecture Recording for a duration of 3 months, until the program ends. 
  • Lifetime Access to Course Materials.
  • Assessments, Quizzes, Role Plays
  • Attendance – 60% Mandatory.
  • Leaves are permitted!

What will you learn?

  • Handling family counselling sessions
  • Handling Relationship and marriage counselling cases
  • Giving Family therapy
  • Giving Couple therapy

Modules of the Curriculum:

Module I: History of Family and Couple Therapy: 

This module will lay down the historical context in which family and couple therapy originated in the west and in India. The contents covered in this module will enable the practitioner to appreciate the history of the family and couple therapy movement and contributions of leading theorists. It will trace the journey of the field of family and couple therapy from its initial focus on problems and deficits to newer approaches that offer a strengths-based perspective and a contextual understanding of couple and family problems. The module will also help the participants develop a critical lens of looking at mainstream theories by introducing the larger socio-cultural context in which couple and family systems are situated. 

Module II: Family Relationships and Therapy 

This module focuses on some of the important schools of family therapy and theoretical concepts offered by each of these schools. The module will introduce the participants to various issues and difficulties for which families seek therapy. It will equip the participants to understand how each of these schools conceptualises family problems, assesses them and finally intervenes. Participants will learn unique skills of assessing family systems, forming a hypothesis and choosing from a wide range of intervention strategies proposed by each of these schools. 

Both the modules on couple and family relationships and therapy will also expose participants to identification of family strengths and resilience and to ways of promoting the same. 

Module III: Couple relationships and Therapy 

The module begins with acquainting the participants with key researches in the area of couple relationships and therapy. Marriage is one of the many forms of couple relationships. The module will sensitise the participants to different forms that a couple relationship can assume and key relationship issues for which couples often seek therapy. It then will move on to cover various evidence based theories of understanding couple relationships. The focus will be on understating different aspects of couple relationships such as intimacy, communication, conflict resolution, sexuality, division of labour, gender roles etc. It will then introduce different ways of assessing and conceptualizing difficulties faced by the couples and of intervening with the same. This is essentially done by borrowing from some of the major evidence based schools and theories of couple counselling. 

Domestic violence is a reality for many Indian women. The module will help the participants in understanding, assessing and intervening with incidents of abuse and violence during the process of couple and family counselling. 

Module IV: Therapies used in family counselling

EFT, SFT and Narrative Therapy

Module V: Practical and role plays

Process for Registration

Step 1: Select appropriate option you wish to opt for
Step 2: Complete Checkout Process and Payment
Step 3: If you have opted to reserve seat you will be contacted 2 days before the program begins for completion of payment of the program.
Step 4:
You will receive an a google classroom invite 1 day before the program begins.
Step 5: Our team will be contacting you 1 day before the program starts for all details and briefing.


All the participants will receive an Hard Copy Certificate delivered at your doorstep from ICPEM (Regd. under Niti Ayog Govt. of India) along with a Performance Letter from Cognizavest for the Certificate course.
After completion of course you are eligible as Family Therapy Practitioner (Only Masters Completed Students).


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