Playful Narrative Therapy Part A: Introduction to Narrative Practice
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Gain a practical and playful introduction to Narrative Therapy in this LIVE 90 minute webinar.
This is the first of two webinars in the Playful Narrative Therapy Series. You will be introduced to some of the foundations of Narrative Therapy approach: Externalising, Client Identity Development, The History of the Problem and Scaling Questions.
The principles are applicable to all ages: children, families and individuals.
Narrative Therapists listen carefully to the client’s specific language, hopes and values as they share their stories. In this webinar you will see demonstrations of the narrative techniques, as well as practice in pairs in a safe, supportive and playful environment.
By the end of the webinar you will be able to:
- Have a better understanding of the narrative approach and some of the unique engagement practices
- Know how to discuss a client’s problems using externalising and scaling techniques
- See the benefits of separating ‘the person’ from ‘the problem’ and exploring the history of the problem.
Dates and Times
Live webinar will be run live on
THURSDAY 20TH OCTOBER 2022, 6PM-7.30PM AEDT (SYDNEY TIME)
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Presenter - Kim Billington, Narrative Therapist
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Masters in Counselling, Masters in Narrative Therapy and Community Work, Bachelors in Education
Kim is a registered supervisor and counsellor registered as a clinical supervisor with PACFA and ACA. Kim is passionate about training and supervision and is the author of two books for practitioners: A Counsellor’s Companion, for those working with children, and Counselling Conversations for those working with adult clients.
Committed to passing forward her ever-evolving counselling skills and knowledge, Kim aims to support and inspire counselling practitioners to develop their own unique creative skills and explore new ways to connect with their clients to support healing and identity growth.
As a dynamic course facilitator, Kim has been running training programs including, Playful Narrative Therapy since 2013 for Sydney Centre for Creative Change. She has been facilitating groups and workshops for over 25 years.
You will need paper and coloured textas on hand for the webinar.
Please note, this is a LIVE and INTERACTIVE training event. We don't record this.
Approved ACA Event for 5 points