A new round of customized Faculty Consultation Groups will begin meeting through Zoom in January 2019. Wherever you are situated around the world, we invite you to join us in real-time for these opportunities to further develop your skills as a narrative practitioner.
The Working with Couples Consultation Group is for people who have completed -or are taking- Larry’s course, Escaping Blame: Helping Couples Develop Account-ability. The group provides an opportunity for direct case consultation as you apply the ideas covered in the course to the couples you work with. We will meet live online for an hour and a half, monthly for 6 consecutive months, beginning in September 2018 with specific schedule to be determined.
with Tom Stone Carlson, David Epston & Kay Ingamells
This unique course is designed to serve as an apprenticeship in the artistry of narrative practice. Rather, than being taught in a traditional way, your learning will happen through an immersive apprenticeship that takes place inside of your own practice. Each month you will present a transcript of your practice which will be studied in detail by your apprenticers (David, Tom or Kay). In their study of your transcript, they will amend your transcript by adding alternative questions (questions that they themselves would ask) into your transcript and then meet with you for an hour to teach you advanced counter-storying practices.
For practitioners interested in exploring an affective-discursive approach to clinical work that integrates EMDR Therapy and somatic-oriented practices with Narrative Therapy. Group will meet monthly for 2 hours, the first Thursday of the month, beginning November 1st (6 sessions).
Limited to 12 mental health workers or educators who have had experience with either EMDR or Somatic-Oriented Therapies in addition to a Narrative Therapy approach. This group will meet for 90 minutes monthly for 6 months on the third Thursday of the month, beginning November 15, 2018.