Watch some all-new videos on our videos page:
Our new flyer contains all of our course dates and details for 2013 and 2014 so far. Download it here.
A video interview with Sarah Walther is now available on our website courtesy of YouTube. In the interview, Sarah Walther talks about using narrative therapy in the homes and communities of the people she works with in an area north of Manchester, UK.
The video is available here and on the Papers and Resources page.
This interview is released to coincide with the publication of Sarah's paper 'Narr-anthropology', which is available in both French and English. The paper is to be published in Context magazine in November 2013 and will then be available on the resources page of this web site; the French version is the opening chapter of a book, details of which may be found here.
Training dates for 2014
The 2014 training programme is now available here on the website. As well as the levels 1 & 2 and the Level 3 Diploma modules we have a number of one-day workshops. Following the success of our 2013 Summer School in Manchester we are organising a 2014 Summer School in London. This will be on June 26th & 27th with pre-School workshops on June 25th. Further details TBA.
Summer School, Manchester, June 25th - 27th
We are firming up an exciting programme for the Summer School with keynotes and a choice of
workshops each morning and afternoon. As well as the Summer School itself there will be one
day Pre-School workshops on June 25th.
We expect to be able to post a detailed programme shortly, so watch this space!
Click here for all the latest information.
Change to time scale for completion of Diploma
Due to the current economic situation it has been difficult for people wishing to achieve the Diploma
in Narrative Therapy to complete all the required Level 3 modules within the set timeframe. We
have therefore extended the period for completion of five Level 3 modules to four years.
Family Process names Absent but Implicit paper one of their ‘most impactful’
Family Process, the leading journal of family therapy, has named a paper co-authored by Sarah Walther, from The Institute of Narrative Therapy, with Maggie Carey of Narrative Practices Adelaide, as one of their 50 most influential papers.
The paper; The Absent but Implicit: a map to support therapeutic enquiry, was first published in Family Process in 2009 and can be accessed on the papers and resources page of this website.
Sarah is a director and teaching faculty member of the Institute of Narrative Therapy and you can see her teaching about the Absent but Implicit as part of our Summer School in July 2013.
Sarah will also be teaching a one day pre summer school seminar on 10th July, in which she will share developments in narrative practices which respond to the effects of trauma. These developments include ways of working with bodily and physical responses and Sarah will introduce an additional framework for narrative practice: The Landscape of Affect.
We are please to announce the launch of the Narrative Network UK. This is a page on our website where narrative practitioners can put information about themselves and invite contact from other practitioners.
Many people have spoken to us about the difficulties of being the only narratively trained person in a given work setting and the Narrative Network is a response to this. We hope that the Narrative Network may enable narrative practitioners to find other like minded people who either have similar interests or who are local to them. We also hope it will contribute to a strengthening of the narrative community in the UK and may be enable people to get together for projects that wouldn’t have happened otherwise. We hope that you will find Narrative Network UK helpful.
Why not visit the Narrative Network UK page now and become an inaugural member!
We can now announce a new training programme for 2012. Level 3 modules offer an opportunity for students to study narrative therapy and practice at an advanced level. There are five Level 3 modules, each focusing on specific aspects of narrative practice and skill development. Participants who complete Level 3 modules will receive a Certificate in Advanced Narrative Practice.
For more information click here
The Diploma in Narrative Therapy is a modular training programme, offering students an intensive and rigorous training in advanced narrative practice. The diploma consists of the five Level 3 modules plus an additional Practice Assessment Module, creating multiple contexts for skills practice and to develop thorough understandings of the orientations, ethics and practices of Narrative Therapy. Participants who complete the Diploma programme are eligible for Associate Membership of The Institute of Narrative Therapy.
For more information about the Diploma click here
We are continuing to expand our collection of papers available to read on the website, including those from the recent special Narrative Therapy edition of Context.
Please click here to view. We welcome contributions to this growing resource.