We are very pleased to be able to announce that we are planning a conference for 2017 in Brighton. This will be the first Conference of Narrative Therapy and Community Work in the UK since 2009.
We hope it will be a joyful coming together of the Narrative community and an opportunity to share the rich strands of Narrative Practice that have been developing in this country. More information here.
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A Celebration of the Tree of Life
An NHS staff and service user co-produced day.
10th November 2016
Conway Hall, 25 Red Lion Square, London WC1R 4RL
With Guest Speaker Ncazelo Ncube, who pioneered the approach.
Joined by others including: Glenda Fredman, Angela Byrne, Sara Portnoy, Sandra Baum, Eleanor Martin, Stefania Battistela and the team from SLaM.
The Tree of Life has made an extraordinary impact on staff and services across the NHS. Come and be part of this rapidly expanding and positive development. Find out about the different settings we have used it in, for example: Older Adults; Learning Disability; physical health, staff teams; acute and community settings.
There will be presentations, exercises and opportunities for reflecting throughout the day. Market stalls will also showcase the wonderful Tree of Life work that is happening in the NHS in different services and teams, and resources will be shared.
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£60 per day
Free spaces for service users available
We are pleased to announce this workshop by Sara Portnoy which will be in Manchester on November 4th 2016. It will be of interest to anyone who works with people living with chronic illness. Click here for full details.
There are limited numbers on this workshop due to its interactive nature so apply early! Groups of two or more from the same agency are encouraged.
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APEL Route to Masters in Narrative Therapy
We are pleased to announce that the Institute’s Diploma in Narrative Therapy will be accepted by the University of Melbourne/Dulwich Centre as exempting holders from the first two modules of their Masters in Narrative Therapy and Community Work. This means that students undertaking the Masters will only need to visit Australia once in order to complete the Masters and will save considerably on both course fees and travel etc. We think that this will be an appealing route to many people wishing to study for the Masters.
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