VSNT Certificate Training

THE WORLDS MOST EXPERIENCED NARRATIVE THERAPY FACULTY

Teaching the theory and craft of narrative practice directly through our day to day clinical experiences 

We teach how non-individualism, social justice, feminist, queer and post-colonial ideas are taken up and practiced inside the therapy room

September 23-27, 2020

Training is taught through the practice experience of four world class narrative therapists teaching alongside one renowned philosopher. Participants learn how to build their 'receiving context' for therapeutic conversations through the necessary understanding and coherent link between narrative therapy theory and practice. 

Faculty  illustrate their interviewing practices through patiently 'slow showing'  their practice tapes, and conducting LIVE interview demonstrations.

September 25 - 27, 2020

Learn the art of knowing 'where you are and what to do' during the moment to moment drama and excitement of everyday narrative therapy practice. We teach through hands on and up close experiential LIVE Interview practice training. Learn more robust understandings about the purpose, grammar, direction, and the politic of questions. Learn the many categories of narrative questions, the importance of scaffolding questions, and the craft of therapeutic letter writing.

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The Vancouver School's world wide 24/7 Narrative Therapy LIVE and interactive learning community. Hundreds and hundreds of video workshops, slide presentations, articles, client sessions, and therapist interviews to learn from. Click to watch a sample of our free video's before you register. Thanks!

To learn more about the courses we offer, don’t hesitate to get in touch.

Due to coronavirus precautions all September 2020 trainings will be offered online.

**Registration includes 1 FREE month of  VSNT.live**

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WHAT PEOPLE SAY

"The Developing Narrative Therapy Questions 3 day advanced training session was amazing. I truly did go through withdrawal when it was over, wishing I was still in the room with everyone witnessing therapeutic conversations, constructing questions, discussing those questions and writing therapeutic letters.

 

I found the course so intellectually stimulating and a joy to spend time with like-minded folks engaged in discussion and thought about how to engage people with respect and hope. The energy and commitment of the faculty was inspiring and affirming."

— Maureen Boettcher, MSW

Faculty at The School of Social and Community Services

George Brown College, Toronto

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