|The Child and Family Therapy Research (CaFTR) Special Interest Group|
The aim of this group is to support and promote research in the field of child and family therapy, including research on parent-infant interaction in therapy, developmental changes in therapy, and rprocess and outcome of psychotherapy with children, adolescents and families. The group aims to: (a) promote scientific research on the processes and outcomes of a wide range of child and family therapies (including parent-infant psychotherapy, adolescent therapy etc.); (b) facilitate collaboration among members in planning, discussion, and conduct of methodologically sound, theoretically balanced, and clinically relevant studies on child and family therapies; and (c) support the dissemination of research-based knowledge about child and family therapies for the benefit of scientific, clinical, and mental health policy communities.
Founding year of the interest group
Activities of the interest group
The intended activities of the interest group include (a) promoting research panels, workshops and discussion groups at annual international and regional SPR conferences, (b) maintaining a page on the SPR website in order to inform CaFTR members and other interested persons about these activities, (c) encouraging collaborative research on topics related to issues of child and family therapy research among CaFTR members, and (d) developing contacts and liaisons with other scientific and scholarly organizations having similar interests.
The CaFTR steering group carried out a survey of members of the CaFTR forum, providing an overview of current activity, areas of interest, research priorities etc. The findings are summarized here.
From this survey we created a list of researchers with their current activity, areas of interest, research priorities. The list will be send around the forum once a year. If you have any changes to an existing entry, or would like a copy of the list, please contact Katharina.firstname.lastname@example.org. If you would like to be added to the list, please fill out this form and send it to Katharina Weitkamp.
The CaFTR e-group
In line with the aim of encouraging communication and collaboration between those involved in child and family therapy research, we have set up an e-group, which currently has more than 200 members around the world. By signing up, you can send and receive all emails that are sent to the group - including latest updates on members' research activities, discussions about research-related issues, and a forum in which to post questions and get responses from colleagues in the field. If you are interested to join, please send an email to the chair of the CaFTR group (Nick Midgley, at email@example.com) and copy it to Sven Schneider (firstname.lastname@example.org). You do not have to be a member of SPR in order to join the e-group.
Chair: Nick Midgley (Anna Freud Centre and University College London)
Claudia Milena Capella Sepúlveda (Académica Departamento de Psicología, Universidad de Chile)
Gunnar Carlberg (Erica Foundation, Stockholm)
For enquiries about the group, please contact Nick Midgley at email@example.com
6/21/2017 » 6/24/2017
48th International Annual Meeting, Toronto, Canada
9/20/2017 » 9/22/2017
UK & European Chapter Conference Oxford 2017
10/20/2017 » 10/21/2017
Two-Day Consensual Qualitative Research (CQR) Workshop