We’ve just uploaded a video of the keynote that Sarah Walther presented at our 2017 conference in Brighton. This is a must-watch for anyone who works in public services and who meets people who’s lives are being adversely affected by poverty. This thoughtful and practical address also reveals the existence of the little known Z-codes in DSM-V and how they can be used to make issues of poverty visible. You can find the video and the Z-codes on our videos page
Ncazelo Ncube and the Tree of Life in Manchester
Ncazelo Ncube, originator of the Tree of Life method, will be presenting a workshop on this method of work in Manchester at the end of June. This will be a Foundation day followed by three optional days focusing on different applications of the Tree of Life. We are delighted that jointly with Riverbank Psychology we are able to host this workshop. It is bound to be popular so book now!
A video on our resource page where Carry Gorney talks about her work using simple video to find sparkling moments in parent child interaction. This work takes the mystique out of using video as a therapeutic tool and shows how the approach can be used by people with relatively small levels of training. A must for anyone working in this field. Originally made for Dulwich Centre Friday Afternoons.
See the video here
Workshop, What’s the problem?
With Sabine Vermeire, Willem Beckers, Kris Decraemer, Mieke Faes
From Interactie-Academie, Antwerp, Belgium
London, April 27th & Manchester April 30th
This one day workshop will show case creative and playful ways of working with problems where too much talking doesn’t seem helpful. This will be a delightful and inspiring day, and will also see the launch of the presenter’s book in English translation. The book is being published in collaboration with INT.
For details click here
We are pleased to announce that we will be hosting Vikki Reynolds in Autumn 2018. She will be presenting a 2-day workshop in London and in Manchester, as well as a 1-day workshop in Edinburgh. Vikki will be presenting on Witnessing resistance to “trauma” and to interpersonal & political violence: a social justice approach.
Vikki is based in Vancouver, Canada and is a Consultant, Instructor and Supervisor specializing in team development, resisting burnout and organizational change. Her work addresses addiction, substance misuse, diversity, homelessness, trauma and violence. Vikki’s work is informed by narrative therapy and collaborative therapy and emphasises the building of a sense of solidarity.
London: October 1st & 2nd 2018
Manchester: October 4th & 5th 2018
Edinburgh: October 8th 2018
These workshops are sure to be stimulating, challenging and informative. Book the dates in your diary now!
APEL Route to Masters in Narrative Therapy & Community Work
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.
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