11 - 15 April 2016 with Terry Callahan

An energetic and rigorous introduction to Narrative Practice, that will leave participants keen to explore more. All of the central practices of the narrative approach (as described by Michael White) will be explored, along with an accessible introduction to the thinking that informs the practice. This introduction is relevant for a range of contexts, including counselling, groups and communities.

The course will include explorations of:

  • Key ideas of narrative therapy

  • Locating narrative therapy in a context

  • The narrative metaphor and how stories shape us

  • A review of the micro maps of narrative therapy

  • The role of externalising conversations with individuals, families and groups

  • Re- Authoring conversations through rich story development

  • Intentional understandings of identity

  • Creating an audience for preferred story development

  • The narrative approach in work with individuals, families, groups and communities

Cost: $850.00

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