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Responding to Trauma: Narrative Approaches to Working with Individuals, Families, Groups and Communities

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Attend this one-day workshop to learn about how the Narrative Approach helps externalises problems for people who have experienced trauma. Within Narrative Therapy the practice of externalisation provides a safe place for clients to talk about and witness the problem. Clients begin to see themselves through a different lens, one that is not dominated by trauma and abuse. Importantly, externalising the problem and creating different narratives allows clients to move forward.

David Newman will unpack the Principles of Narrative Therapy and trauma. Learn about working with the concept that no one is ever the passive recipient of trauma.

This will be an experiential workshop and David will share examples of work and provide practice exercises.

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Morning tea and lunch provided. Please advise of special dietary needs, or other needs when you register online.
Cost: Members: $88; Non-Members: $148.50
Location: Family Worker Training (In-House Training Room), Suite 10, 197 Prospect Highway
Suburb: SEVEN HILLS
Postcode: 2147
District: Western Sydney

Map / Location

Event Leader/Facilitator
David Newman
Phone
0296206172
On
8:45 AM - 4:00 PM
Wednesday, 22 November 2017
Languages
English
Target Groups
Practitioners
Keywords
Responding to Trauma
Trauma
Abuse
Narrative Therapy
Development
Facilities
Car Park
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