August 10, 12, 17, 24, 31, 2021 from 9:30 am-4:30 pm EST
Narrative therapy is an excellent fit with both longer-term therapy and with time-sensitive services as it assists in creating an impactful, novel, and meaningful conversation quickly.
30 hours of thorough examination of Narrative Practices presented in clear, usable ways that can be taken into everyday therapeutic practice.
Participants will leave with:
• Ideas and practices that will make it possible to take narrative therapy into your everyday work
• How to make the most of every session that you spend with clients creating change more quickly
• Clear understandings of how to enrich your practice using post-modern theory from Foucault, Vygotsky, Bruner,
James and van Gennep
• How specific ways of being curious can create more useful and meaningful therapeutic conversations within any
• A uniquely detailed guideline for therapy conversations that can be used in any setting—walk-in, brief, short or
longer- term work, and with any presenting concern
• A broad range of applications for witnessing practices including how to use a powerful repositioning practice that changes how clients listen to each other in therapy sessions
• Skill in the use of narrative practices in brief settings such as single-session and walk-in clinics and in your longer-term work as well
• What clients have reported in research about what is meaningful and useful in therapy