Certificate in Narrative Therapy2018-05-16T12:49:53+00:00

Practitioners Certificate in Narrative Therapy

(Note: The training is not accredited by the Dulwich Centre in Adelaide but will be recognised by them as equivalent to their Level 1 training)

Introduction

Narrative Therapy was developed by Michael White and David Epston. It is an approach that recognises people as the experts in their own lives. It understands that our lives are shaped by the stories we tell about ourselves, the stories that others tell about us and the way stories are shaped by our culture and community.

Course Content

  • Externalising conversations: the person is not the problem, the problem is the problem
  • Re-authoring conversations: telling our stories in ways that make us stronger
  • Outsider-witness practices: linking lives and the use of audiences
  • Re-membering conversations: considering the memberships of our lives
  • Listening for alternative storylines
  • Documenting change: The use of letters and certificates

The training is not accredited by the Dulwich Centre in Adelaide but will be recognised by them as equivalent to their Level 1 training

Dates:

  • Monday, 14 May 2018
  • Monday, 28 May 2018
  • Monday, 11 June 2018
  • Monday, 18 June 2018
  • Monday, 25 June 2018
    • 10:00am – 4:00pm

Who Should Apply:

  • This workshop will be relevant to counsellors, physcotherapists, psychologists, social workers, welfare workers and indeed anyone who is working with the stories of people’s lives.

Award:

  • On successful completion of the course participants will receive a Certificate in Narrative Therapy, which is equivalent to Level 1 Training. It will qualify them to proceed to Level 2 Training.
  • CPD: 25 hours

Cost:

  • €695.00 (15% discount for IICP Students / Alumni and VCS Counsellors: €590.75)
  • Participants will be required to purchase Michael White’s book “Maps of Narrative Practice”.

Venue:

Why attend this CPD Course?

  • The training is not accredited by the Dulwich Centre in Adelaide but will be recognised by them as equivalent to their Level 1 training

  • Learn More about this respectful, non-blaming form of therapeutic engagement.

  • Understand what it means to separate the person from the problem.

  • Learn how to use and work with an  individual’s own skills and resources in ways that develop their resilience.

  • Explore some Commonly Used Narrative Therapy Techniques.

About the Programme Facilitator

Thérèse HegartyIICP CPD Lecturer
Thérèse began her career as a primary teacher and spent most of her years as a teacher in West Tallaght, where she was involved in the development of the Support Teacher project. She undertook a Masters in Family Therapy at the
Mater Hospital (UCD) and manages a community Family Therapy service at CARP Killinarden. She travelled to Adelaide in 2007/2008 to study with Michael White and was awarded the International Diploma in Narrative Therapy and Community Work.