Narrative Approaches to Responding to Families and Young People in Crisis

Course Overview

Focus area Narrative practice
Length 1 day
Who is it for? Practitioners working with families, young people and children
Key Outcomes Understand narrative approaches to community work

Course Description

Narrative Therapy is a respectful, engaging, and a creative way to work with young people and families. Narrative approaches support young people and their families to reclaim authorship of their own lives in the face of vulnerability, to take steps toward their hopes and dreams and promotes the restorative position of ‘being with’ people we consult in rather than ‘doing to’ people.

In this interactive workshop, explore the concepts behind narrative therapy, harness opportunities to practice with other students, and explore and discuss narrative skills and techniques.

Facilitator Bio

Carolyn Markey is passionate about using narrative approaches as a set of ideas that are hope-filled for workers as well as clients. Trained by Michael White, a founder of Narrative therapy, Carolyn and has worked all of her career as a Narrative Therapist.

As Team Leader, Children’s Services at Relationships Australia South Australia, Carolyn loves teaching narrative ideas in ways that complement and respond to the effects of relational trauma that disrupts the child-care giver connection.

Student Feedback

“Great learning and resources.”

Enrolment Information

Dates September 8, 2020
Time 9:30am to 4:30pm

The Institute
49a Orsmond Street, Hindmarsh

Cost Full Fee $185.00 Concession $150.00

Enrol Here (8 Sep)

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