SCHOOL-BASED FAMILY COUNSELING
presents a compelling vision of integration across the worlds
in which our children live and across the disciplines within which
helping professionals are categorized.
THE OXFORD SYMPOSIUM is an invited, residential conference
limited to around 25 members.
The Oxford Symposium in School-Based Family Counseling is sponsored by the Institute for School-Based Family Counseling and co-sponsored by the University of San Francisco Center for Child and Family Development.
The Institute for School-Based Family Counseling exists to promote the development of School-Based Family Counseling as a discipline through multi-culturally sensitive programs of both intervention and prevention; the Institute aims to promote policy change through social education and advocacy among mental health professionals, educators and the general public in relation to the nature and value of School Based-Family Counseling.
The International Council for School-Based Family Counseling is an outgrowth of the Oxford Symposium; the Council facilitates ongoing transnational collaboration between Symposium Members in teaching and in researching ways to improve the lived experience of children and families.
The University of San Francisco Center for Child and Family Development is committed to the academic, psychological, social and spiritual development of children and families through teaching, research and direct service programs in School-Based Family Counseling; the purpose of the Center is to provide children and families (particularly under-served children and families) with a variety of culturally sensitive family counseling services.
The Oxford Symposium in School-Based Family Counseling has been made possible in part by a grant from Trust Funds Incorporated, San Francisco, California, United States.
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