INTERACTIONAL ANALYSIS & ATTACHMENT
Dr Ronel Duchen has been practising as a Counselling psychologist since July 1994. She holds the following degrees from RAU: BSc (Mathematical Sciences), National Higher Education Diploma, BSc (Hon), MA (Psychology) (cum laude) and a D.Litt. et Phil.
Her practice consist of forensic work and includes psychological assessments and testifying in civil and criminal matters. She has testified as an expert witness in the High, Regional and Magistrate Courts, as well as the CCMA. The focus of her work is mediation and the drafting of Parenting Plans.
Dr Duchen serves on the panel of experts working with the Office of the Family Advocate. She is a trained mediator and provides continuous professional development training and supervision. Dr Duchen developed the Familyzone Grid System.
Irma Schutte is a senior social worker with twenty-five years ‘experience in the field of child and family care. She obtained the degree BA (SW) in 1987 and her MA (SW) cum Laude in 1995. She worked in the child and family care system for a period of ten years before embarking on the academic field of employment, joining the University of Pretoria.
Mrs Schutte has been in private practice since 1996. Her areas of specialisation are all matters relating to families and children, divorce, sexual abuse, child therapy and mediation.
Mrs Schutte was also the founder of the annual conference: “Dealing with children and divorce”, aimed at linking different professions in the field of divorce and providing them with skills to deal more effectively with divorce related matters. Mrs Schutte is also a contributor to various workshops which are presented nationally.
|09:15||What is an interactional analysis?|
|19:45||Definition of the interactional analysis
|10:00||An overview of the four types of attachment|
|11:30||Conducting an interactional analysis between a parent and a child (0 - 3 years old)|
|14:00||Video example of the different types of attachment|
|15:00||Conducting an interactional analysis between a parent and a child (6 - 12 years old)|
|16:00||End of day|
|9:00||Conducting an interactional analysis between a parent and an adolescent|
|9:30||Process of conducting the interactional analysis|
|10:00||Setting up the room for the interactional analysis|
|10:15||Conducting the intake interview with a parent|
|11:00||Tea and refreshments|
|11:30||Observational methods in the interactional analysis|
|12:00||Conducting the interactional analysis using videos of actual Interactional Analysis including reference to cultural factors.|
|14:00||Assessment of family interactional patterns|
|15:00||Approaches to specific problems|
|16:00||Closure and certificates|