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3000 Club Pre-licensed Event - Theoretical Orientations Part 1
Sat, November 05, 2011
9:30 AM - 12:30 PM
San Gabriel Country Club - 350 East Hermosa Drive, San Gabriel, CA 91775
Members - 3000 Club Pre-licensed Event – $15.00
Members of SGV CAMFT
NEW SGV Members - 3000 Club Pre-licensed Event
New SGV Members
Non-Chapter Members – $20.00
SGV CAMFT 3000 Club
Theoretical Orientations Part I
Narrative Therapy & Bowen Family Systems,
and how to work these theories in the room
Two experts in the field will present their specialized approaches to treating individuals, couples and families through their theoretical lens.
Charley Lang, MFT,
is inspired by the rich and collaborative process of working with couples, families, and individuals at Narrative Couples Center. He is Director of the BA Psychology Program at Antioch University, where he enjoys teaching Contemporary Modes of Counseling and Narrative Therapy. As Director of the Postmodern Therapy Training Program at The California Family Counseling Center, he trains and supervises interns in this strength-based model of psychotherapy. Always on the lookout for new and alternative stories, Lang produced and directed several celebrated documentary films, including the HBO award-winning Gay Cops: Pride Behind the Badge (
Robert Gastelum, MFT,
licensed since 1982, has shared the majority of his practice working with community clients in East Los Angeles and Whittier, California. Being of Mexican heritage, and experiencing an understanding of a structured family background, he became attracted to the family systems viewpoint to more effectively work with children from chaotic backgrounds of abuse with chronic behavioral disruptions. The use of Bowen Theory provides concepts of organization that focus upon the definitions of how families organize themselves, and perpetrate long and short-term patterns of health or disintegration.
Please join us for this presentation, breakfast buffet included.
Saturday, November 5th
9:30 AM to 12:30 PM
San Gabriel Country Club
350 E. Hermosa Drive, San Gabriel, CA 91775
(casual wear, but no jeans please)
if join the chapter!
Attendees will receive 2 hours training
Registration is open until Nov. 1st.
Questions, please contact Ms. Gerry Fagoaga at
or (626) 571-0077
California Association of Marriage & Family Therapists
San Gabriel Valley Chapter
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