Helping people re-engage with life after traumatic experiencesa 3-hour workshop with Marie-Nathalie Beaudoin, will take place on Monday, April 15, 2024. It is the final workshop in the series, Narrative Practices andEmotions.
Co-Centering: Exploring centered, decentered, and “co-centered” therapeutic postures in influential conversations
Co-Centering: Exploring centered, decentered, and “co-centered” therapeutic postures in influential conversations, a 3-hour workshop with Marie-Nathalie Beaudoin & Gerald Monk, will take place on Monday, March 25, 2024. It is the fourth event in the series, Narrative Practices and Emotions.
Interpersonal Neurobiologically-Informed Narrative Therapy: Accelerating emotion regulation and facilitating re-authoring. a 3-hour workshop with Marie-Nathalie Beaudoin, will take place on Monday, February 12, 2024. It is the second workshop in the series, Narrative Practice & Emotions.
You can register now for the entire series at a discount that also includes the Book Launch. Re-Authoring Teaching members get further discounts. If there is sufficient room, we will open registration a week before each event for those who prefer not to register for the entire series. Earn CE credit pending approval.
Helping People Beyond the Preferred Self: Concrete Strategies to develop a more intense, sustainable, and flourishing self, a 3-hour workshop with Marie-Nathalie Beaudoin, will take place on Monday, January 22, 2024. It is the first workshop in the series, Narrative Practice & Emotions.
As a counsellor working for hospice, Sasha Pilkington meets with people who are suffering, sometimes with unsolvable problems, as they live with serious illness and the knowledge of their approaching death. In this two-part Zoom workshop, she would like to share several cherished narrative practices that guide her therapeutic conversations with people who are suffering at the end of life. 6 Alliant CE Credits Approved!
15 CE Credits from Alliant International University APPROVED! Participants can earn 15 CEs for Building on the Legacy of Michael White: A decade of narrative developments March 28-30, 2018 in Coronado, CA (San Diego Bay) Please note: In order to receive the CE certificate, participants must: Pay $20 Sign in and sign out each day Fill out the evaluation at the end of the workshop Alliant International University Continuing Education is co-sponsored by the Association [...]
Narrative practices have evolved in many ways over the decades in response to changing professional, social and cultural contexts. The founders of the Narrative Therapy approach, the late Michael White and David Epston, gave voice to the hope and intention that we would continue to try out different modes of inquiry, come up with new practices, and integrate these cherished ways of being with people that fit with our own local experiences and socio-political contexts. This two-day workshop builds on our deep respect for the evolution of Narrative Therapy while creating spaces for an interplay with other treasured approaches. Please join Lynne Rosen, David Paré and Ian Percy as they honor their narrative roots while bringing together EMDR, somatic-oriented therapies, mindfulness practices and the storylines of our lives.
We have chosen to repeat the format of the workshop we did two years ago for this 2-day workshop with Maggie Carey at Treleven Farm. The workshop is structured so that various participants will have the opportunity to be interviewed by Maggie. These interviews will then be used as a platform to talk about the ways that are possible to go in a narrative conversation, to respond to questions participants have of Maggie about why she went the way she did in each interview. Please note: we have moved the workshop location to All Souls in Shelburne, Vermont.
This two-day workshop with Maggie Carey and Peggy Sax will share some of the Narrative practices that have been found useful as ways of working with people’s experiences of difficulty and trauma in their lives such as abuse or violence, intense loss, or being subjected to oppression or injustice. Trauma can have the effect of establishing a sense of vulnerability, hopelessness and a sense of being stuck in the past events and not able to ‘do’ life.