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April, 2015 Collab Salon: The Absent but Implicit

Thank you Maggie for joining us for our April Collab session! Maggie presented on the ‘absent but implicit’ as a response to what has been problematic, and scaffolding this as an action. She also shared some thoughts about possible links between the ‘absent but implicit’ pathway and what is happening in the brain when we ask the questions that we do in using this pathway. Our plan was to show a couple of videos from Maggie's upcoming courses on Rich Story Development; however, we experienced a bit of techno/bandwidth difficulty. I will post the links to these videos below.

2020-01-01T08:00:00-05:00July 8th, 2016|Comments Off on April, 2015 Collab Salon: The Absent but Implicit

Live Interviews: Finding our way in a narrative conversation

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.

2020-01-07T06:46:41-05:00July 29th, 2015|0 Comments

Responding to Trauma and Difficulties in People’s Lives

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.

2020-01-07T06:46:02-05:00July 29th, 2015|0 Comments