We are an independent organisation recently moved
from Manchester to Sheffield, UK. We offer training in narrative therapy, supervision and
counselling/therapy for families and individuals as well as organising workshops and conferences and providing inservice training
Since our inauguration in 2002 we have hosted a number of events notably, along with Dulwich Centre, Adelaide, the 5th International Conference of Narrative Therapy and Community Work in Liverpool in July 2003.
As well as two further conferences of narrative therapy and community work, in March 2005 we hosted a conference Beyond Multi-culturalism: addressing issues of 'race' and privilege and a two day workshop with the Just Therapy Team from Wellington, New Zealand. The key note address by Suman Fernando is on this site (articles).
The Centre also provides inservice training packages on a range of subjects including narrative therapy, counselling, family therapy, family mediation and solution focused work. We are available for consultations with agencies and community groups on a range of issues including team development and cohesion, working with race and gender and also considerations of social justice in therapy.
We are committed to ways of working that separate the person from the problem, avoid practices of power or expertise over those we work with and which open space for those whose lives are marginalised in our culture.
We also seek to support those practicing in line with these principles and to further the spread of ideas that are consistent with these principles.
Training Programme for 2008/9:
1 Training Nottingham January - February 2009, 5 days
Leeds March - April 2009, 5 days
Newcastle-u-Tyne March - May 2009, 5 days
Manchester September - October 2009, 5 days
|Level 2 Training October 2009 - February 2010, 6 days, Manchester|
|European Conference of Narrative Therapy and Community Work, July 9-10, Brighton, UK|
For current Training Programme visit www.theinstituteofnarrativetherapy.com
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