Applied Skills Of Narrative Practice
Developing Narrative Therapy Questions and Therapeutic Letters Certificate
(18 CEC's)

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Applied Skills for Narrative Practice

18 CE credits granted by the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association

September 9th -11th, 2022 

"What a f***ing amazing weekend of study! My confidence in the therapy room has gone through the roof. Can’t wait to share what I learned working with my next client."

 - Applied Skills Participant, Halifax, Nova Scotia, November 2021

 

Practice, practice, practice. Applied Skills for Narrative Practice certificate course is designed through all-day LIVE interactive demonstration counter-story narrative therapy interviews. Participant's experience the faculties supervisory reflections and feedback regarding their own work developing narrative therapy questions and therapeutic letters.

 

Taught by narrative therapy supervisors Stephen Madigan & David Nylund with philosopher Todd May providing the theory behind the practice.

The Applied Skills for Narrative Practice certificate course is designed for practicing narrative therapists and is 'the next step' for participants who have completed the VSNT 5-Day Foundations & Fundamentals certificate training course.

Dates: September 9th, 10th, 11th, 2022

Bonus 1/2 Day Follow-up: TBA

Time: 8:15 am - 2:15 pm, Pacific Daylight Time (Vancouver, BC)

Location: Classes will be taught live through Zoom video conferencing

Professional: $600 CAD (+ tax)

Students/ VSNT.live members: $400 CAD (+ tax)

Proof of student status is required upon registration

**This course is presented live through LIVE sessions. Due to issues of confidentiality and participant consent, recordings of this training will not be made available.

Schedule

Faculty and curriculum are subject to change

Day 1, Friday

8:15 AM – 11:00 AM

Outlining categories of narrative therapy questions + LIVE Interviewing + Participant Skill Development

Stephen Madigan PhD, David Nylund PhD

 

12:00 PM – 2:15 PM

Michel Foucault, practices and non-individualism + Michael White's use of Foucault in narrative practice

Todd May PhD

Day 2, Saturday

8:15 AM – 11:00 AM

LIVE Interviewing + Participant Skill Development

Stephen Madigan PhD, David Nylund PhD

12:00 PM – 2:15 PM

Developing the Ecology of The Receiving Context Participants Receive Client Stories Into

Stephen Madigan PhD, David Nylund PhD

Day 3, Sunday

8:15 AM – 11:00 AM

LIVE Interviewing + Participant Skill Development

Stephen Madigan PhD, David Nylund PhD

 

12:00 PM – 2:15 PM

LIVE Interviewing + Participant Skill Development

 Stephen Madigan PhD, David Nylund PhD

Bonus 1/2 Day - 

8:15 AM – 11:00 AM

Stephen Madigan PhD, David Nylund PhD

David & Stephen re-engage participants to review and discuss practice based questions ~ and to celebrate recent developments in the group's work with clients, questions and therapeutic letters.

WHAT PEOPLE SAY

"I loved all the information and getting it from such high quality professionals. It was amazing to be able to see them all in action. The live demonstrations were probably my favourite part, as well as all of the discussion."