form (Sheet 1)
European Conference of Narrative
Therapy and Community Work
July 2009, The Hove Centre, Norton
Road, Brighton, BN3 4AH, UK
Please use a separate form for each person.
Print your email address clearly as we will use this to communicate in
order to save on costs.
Fill in and return both sheets. Prices are in UK pounds. Please note we are only able to accept registrations where accompanied by the full fee.
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First name: Last name:
wish to register for (please tick box):
July 9th & 10th 2009
(The conference fee includes
two midday meals, but does not include accommodation.)
Full rate £220 [ ]
£180 [ ]
(please provide details. Note: a maximum of 2 presenters per workshop may pay at the reduced rate)
– please state here
workshops, July 7th & 8th 2009
prices do not include either meals nor accommodation)
Please note, each pre-conference workshop runs from 10.00am – 4.30pm. Therefore it is only possible to attend one of them.
July 7th & 8th,
Narrative approaches to addressing men's violence
Maggie Carey, Shona Russell, Rob Hall (Narrative Practices Adelaide, Australia)
July 8th, Foucault,
Derrida and Deleuze: their
implications for narrative
practice £80 [ ]
Holmgren and Annette Holmgren (DISPUK, Denmark)
narrative therapy (Open to conference
FREE [ ]
Walther and Lincoln Simmonds (UK)
There are many hotels and guest houses in Brighton
which is a popular resort.
In addition we have booked 30 single rooms at the University of Sussex which is on the outskirts of Brighton, 5miles (8 kilometres) from the centre. These rooms share a bathroom, toilet and kitchen with a small number of other rooms. They cost £40 per night including breakfast. It takes 8 minutes by train and 30 minutes by bus to the University Campus from the centre of Brighton.
I wish to book a room at the University of Sussex for
the following nights:
Mon Jul 6 [ ] Tues Jul 7 [ ] Wed Jul 8 [ ] Thur Jul 9 [ ] Fri Jul 10 [ ]
x £40 = £
form (Sheet 2)
European Conference of Narrative
Therapy and Community Work July 2009
Please use a
separate form for each person and include a clearly printed email address.
First name Last name
Phone (work) Phone (home/mobile)
include international code)
for joining instructions etc)
Please total prices
from previous page. Total fee to
can pay in one of three ways: (in
either case we can only accept registrations with payment of the total fee).
1) You can pay by cheque. Cheques payable to ‘Centre for Narrative Practice’
OR: you can pay using a credit or debit card by PayPal
It is possible to pay using a credit or debit card in a number of other currencies*. If you wish to pay this way we will send you a special PayPal invoice with instructions on how to pay. You will need to tell us what currency you wish to pay in (this will normally be your own currency) and we will invoice you in this currency. The invoice will be valid for only one week given the current instability in exchange rates. This means that when you request a PayPal invoice from us then you need to be able to pay the invoice, using your debit or credit card, within one week.
*Payments can be made in the following currencies: Pounds Sterling, US and Canadian Dollars, Japanese Yen, Australian and New Zealand Dollars, Swiss Francs, Hong Kong and Singapore Dollars, Swedish Krona, Danish and Norwegian Krone, Polish Zloty, Hungarian Florint, and Czech Koruna.
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To pay by PayPal email to firstname.lastname@example.org to request a PayPal invoice.
you can transfer the money direct into our bank account.
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Please return this registration form to:
2009 Conference, 16 Quarry Lane, Matlock, DE4 5LG, UK (Tel/fax +44 1629 593623)
note that a handling fee of £25 applies in relation to any cancellation prior
to May 10th . From May 10th
to June 10th 50% of the total fee will be refunded.
After June 10th no refunds will be given but a paid up place
can always be transferred to another designated person.