March 15-16 2018, with Terry Callahan

Cost: $375.00

A taken-for-granted 'know-how' seems to allow people to 'story' their experience and 'get' what a story is about. This two day workshop for those who are new to narrative ideas and practices, will explore how this common ability might be made even more available in 'narrative ways of working' with the problems of human life.

 Over two days of ‘trying out’ some skills and deepening reflections participants will:

  • Learn to notice exceptions and sparkling moments that do not fit with the problem-story

  • Play with some important ideas behind narrative therapy

  • Find ways into a richer and more robust preferred story

  • Understand what ‘makes’ a story and discover the ‘danger of the single story’

  • Begin to explore ‘externalising’ a problem

  • Navigate through a conversation using

    • A Statement of Position Map

    • A Reauthoring Map

A downloadable flyer/registration form will be available here soon. If you have any questions, or if you would like to register your interest in this workshop, please email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.