Welcome To The Satir Global Network

The Virginia Satir Global Network consists of individuals, institutes and organizations dedicated to furthering the creation of healthy and just relationships with self and others based on the teachings of Virginia Satir.

MRI 2016 TRAINING: SATIR GROWTH MODEL: Becoming More Fully Human In Honor of Virginia Satir’s 100 Birthday

EXCITING NEW TRAINING POSSIBILITY

In Honor of Virginia Satir’s 100th Birthday, her contribution to family therapy and her compassion toward humanity, Jean McLendon, LCSW, MFT and Hugh Gratz, LSCW, will  be offering a very special training at MRI, The Mental Research Institute in Palo Alto, California where Virginia first became famous for her work.

The Date  November 11-13th 2016, and participants can receive up to 18 continuing education credits.  Hugh Gratz will be joining Jean to lead the training

They are a dynamic duo and this is a once in a life time chance so we hope many of you will sign up for it.  To learn more, go to:

To learn more go to: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-satir-growth-model-being-more-fully-human-tickets-26453270444.

Please register for “The Satir International Journal”

Please remember to register for the Satir Journal

journals.uvic.ca/index.php/satir

The journal is free of charge. Virginia would have loved this. She wanted her teachings to be available to everyone. Her dream was to reach the everyday citizen. To be more specific, though, her teachings speak more to a population open to trying on a new way of looking at things. The Satir International Journal holds the possibility of providing educational and training resources as well as personal resources for a wide range of subscribers. Virginia Satir wanted to broadly influence the world. This journal is accessible. The one thing that could limit the journal’s accessibility is if people, like you, do not know about this free resource. That’s where our members and guests come in…..

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Outstanding Service Award Dr. Young Kim

We are honored to present the Outstanding Service Award to Dr. Young Ae Kim. As the founder of the Korea Satir Institute (KSI), her professional life has demonstrated such a huge commitment to establishing the Satir Model in the Korean sociocultural context and helping countless Korean families and individuals for nearly two decades. Here, we would like to share how she has contributed to the world with Satir’s teachings.Read More

Outstanding Service Award Ms. Miranda Weimin

People Honor Her For:

• Setting up the first Satir center in Mainland China
• Organized the first Satir Training for Trainers in China
• Developed the “Heart Parenting” course to a leading brand in educating parents with Satir model and dedicates constantly as its chief trainer.
• Manages Qi Jia Sheng Ye Satir Institute
• Teaches graduates at the Institute of psychology, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
• Devotes herself to promoting Satir in China

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Honoring The Hong Kong Satir Centre for Human Development

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Standing from left to right: Chi Man NG (publication and research director), John HUNG (treasurer), Andrew LIU (membership director), Caesar CHAN (president), Jennifer CHOW, (program director) Sitting from left to right: Leona YAN (secretary), Christine WONG (counseling director)

We want to honor the Hong Kong Satir Centre for Human Development for their service since 1989.  Since that time, they have been offering services to support, connect and empower individuals and families, as well as training professionals.

The HKSC has also made significant contributions to promoting and developing the Satir Model by holding the highly successful Satir World Conference in 2010 and by their ongoing generous financial support of the Satir Global Network.

 

Thank you, Beijing Qi Jia Sheng Ye, Satir (China) Learning and Development Center

 

We are deeply appreciative of the Qi Jia Sheng Ye Center in Mainland China for their amazing support of the 100,000 Heart Connections Campaign. Featured in the photo are the director, Miranda Wei Min (With Scarf) and their campaign liaison, Juliet Shi. They created the beautiful poster that you see as a way of promoting the campaign and are distributing it to Satir agencies throughout China. They will also be collecting videos of appreciation and donations to send for the Campaign.
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Satir Clinical Program at UNC Chapel Hill

The UNC-CH School of Social Work is pleased to present a weeklong Personal and Professional Intensive Training in Chapel Hill, NC for Coaches, Leaders, Counselors, and Therapists.

The training will take place Sunday, July 24th through Saturday, July 30th, 2016. The cost is $1500 per person, which includes tuition, all course materials, beverages and snacks during the workshop, and one group dinner. Participants are responsible for their own lodging, meals, and other travel expenses, but we have reserved a block of hotel rooms at the Residence Inn in Chapel Hill at a special rate for participants ($124 for a Studio King Suite or $139 for an Executive King Suite).

40 hours of continuing education credits through the NBCC will be awarded for participation in the course.

Facilitators for the course will be Jean McLendon, LCSW, LMFT and Hugh Gratz, MSW, LCSW.

More information about the course, facilitators, Virginia Satir, and the UNC-CH School of Social Work – as well as a link to registration – is available at our website:

satir.web.unc.edu

If you have any questions, please call Stephanie Lind at (919) 843-3422 or email slind@email.unc.edu. Thanks again for your interest in Satir, and we look forward to seeing you this summer!

Enriching eBook

Sharon Loeschen’s Enriching Your Relationship with Yourself and Others is now an ebook and available on the iTunes store. It’s easy to access: Click the Books tab on the iTunes Store and do a search for “Loeschen.”

 

Satir Institute of the Yukon Upcoming Events

Foundations of the Virginia Satir Model for Professionals:
Level One and Level Two

Level One: September 29, 30 and October 1, 2016 9:00 a.m. -5:00 p.m.

Level Two: February 23, 24, 25, 2017

And

Virginia Satir Study Group:

Purpose: to commit 3 hours, once a week for 6 weeks during September and October 2016 to studying DVDs of Virginia Satir working with a family, and to explore the impact on ourselves and our work.

 

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MRI 2016 TRAINING: SATIR GROWTH MODEL: Becoming More Fully Human In Honor of Virginia Satir’s 100 Birthday

EXCITING NEW TRAINING POSSIBILITY

In Honor of Virginia Satir’s 100th Birthday, her contribution to family therapy and her compassion toward humanity, Jean McLendon, LCSW, MFT and Hugh Gratz, LSCW, will  be offering a very special training at MRI, The Mental Research Institute in Palo Alto, California where Virginia first became famous for her work.

The Date  November 11-13th 2016, and participants can receive up to 18 continuing education credits.  Hugh Gratz will be joining Jean to lead the training

They are a dynamic duo and this is a once in a life time chance so we hope many of you will sign up for it.  To learn more, go to:

To learn more go to: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-satir-growth-model-being-more-fully-human-tickets-26453270444.

Satir Institute of the Pacific Training

This institute Offers ongoing Satir training programs.  To find  about upcoming programs use the link below.

http://satirpacific.org/our-events/

 

Satir Institute of the Pacific’s Fall/Winter Programs
www.satirpacific.org
CALLING ALL HELPING PROFESSIONALS
(no pre-requisite course required)

5-Evening Workshop
Use of Self in Addictions Counselling with Kathlyne Maki-Banmen, MA, RCC and Teresa McLellan, MA

  • September 22, 29, October 6, 13, 20, 2016

This program will lead participants through experiential process to develop their own sense of internal awareness and congruence so that they are better able to connect with themselves and their clients

 
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Satir Clinical Program at UNC Chapel Hill

The UNC-CH School of Social Work is pleased to present a weeklong Personal and Professional Intensive Training in Chapel Hill, NC for Coaches, Leaders, Counselors, and Therapists.

The training will take place Sunday, July 24th through Saturday, July 30th, 2016. The cost is $1500 per person, which includes tuition, all course materials, beverages and snacks during the workshop, and one group dinner. Participants are responsible for their own lodging, meals, and other travel expenses, but we have reserved a block of hotel rooms at the Residence Inn in Chapel Hill at a special rate for participants ($124 for a Studio King Suite or $139 for an Executive King Suite).

40 hours of continuing education credits through the NBCC will be awarded for participation in the course.

Facilitators for the course will be Jean McLendon, LCSW, LMFT and Hugh Gratz, MSW, LCSW.

More information about the course, facilitators, Virginia Satir, and the UNC-CH School of Social Work – as well as a link to registration – is available at our website:

satir.web.unc.edu

If you have any questions, please call Stephanie Lind at (919) 843-3422 or email slind@email.unc.edu. Thanks again for your interest in Satir, and we look forward to seeing you this summer!

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