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Narrative Practice - Supporting SEMH

Based on Narrative Therapy approaches, delegates will learn how to apply approaches when working one to one with young people and young adults.

Outline

Based on Narrative Therapy approaches, this introductory course will provide professionals with tools to work more effectively with young people and young adults who are struggling with an issue/s. The focus will be on supporting others to re-author their life story.
Based on Narrative Therapy approaches, delegates will learn how to apply approaches when working one to one with young people and young adults in order to establish what matters and is important to them so that progress and positive change are more likely to occur

Description

Narrative Practice is respected and valued across caring professions for use with older children through to adults who seek support with a wide range of issues from significant trauma to difficulties managing key life transitions e.g. preparation for employment and work or bereavement.

Outcomes

Participants will learn about:
  • The story metaphor in therapeutic practice
  • Externalisation
  • Re-authoring lives
  • Norms and power
  • Outsider Witnessing

Booking Information

Particularly targeted at Learning Coaches, Inclusion Managers, SENCOs, Learning Mentors, School Counsellors, Heads of Year/ Heads of House.

Audience

Those working in a supportive or therapeutic role with young people and young adults in secondary and college provisions. .

28 Jun 2018 09:00 - 15:30

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Date and Time

28 Jun 2018 09:00 - 15:30

Venue

TWS Training Room City Hall College Green Bristol BS1 5TR

Trainer

Sarah Jones