CABP 2018 Spring Meeting - a workshop in Functional Subgrouping


Functional Subgrouping

The usual response to difference is to try to persuade it to change, often meeting with resistance, rising frustration and each criticising the other.
Through functional subgrouping, differences can be more easily integrated so that the group is able to develop from simpler to more complex with more resources to use to do its work.   Click image to view the Youtube video.


Functional Subgrouping works isomorphically; at the individual, couple, family, group and system as a whole. Learning the techniques of functional subgrouping enables differences to be integrated. With body-oriented resourcing skills to lower arousal states, one can differentiate more readily and thus be more open to curiosity and change.


Facilitator:  Rowena Davis

Date:  Sunday 29 April 2018

Times:  10:30am to 1:30pm

Venue:  Birkbeck College, University of London, Malet Street, London W1   (location)

This workshop is free to all CABP members. If you will be attending, please inform Kerensa, our administrator at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The workshop will be followed after lunch with the CABP General Meeting starting at 2:30pm and finishing no later than 4:30pm.

Rowena Davis


Rowena Davis  is a Licensed Systems-Centered® Practitioner and a member of the Systems-Centered Training and Research Institute Board

Functional Subgrouping is a core method of Systems-Centered Training, developed by Dr Yvonne Agazarian.

SCT® and Systems-Centered® are registered trademarks of Dr. Yvonne M. Agazarian and the Systems-Centered Training and Research Institute, Inc., a non-profit organization.

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