May 28 - June 1 2018, with Terry Callahan

Cost: $850.00

This introduction to Narrative Practice features an energetic blend of hands-on skills and rigorous reflection that will leave participants keen to explore more. Central practices of the narrative approach (as described by Michael White) will be unfolded, along with an accessible sampling of ideas that inform the practice. This introduction is relevant for a range of contexts, including counselling, families and groups.

 This course will explore:

  • Key ideas of narrative therapy

  • Locating narrative therapy in a context

  • Understanding ‘narrative’ and how stories shape us

  • A review of the ‘maps’ of narrative therapy

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

  • Re- Authoring conversations through rich story development

  • Intentional and relational understandings of identity

  • Creating an audience for preferred story development

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

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.