The Institute of Narrative Therapy’s first
Conference of Narrative Therapy and Community Work
Thursday/Friday 29th & 30th June 2017
Pre-conference workshops on Wednesday June 28th
Sarah Walther - Politicised Practice and Addressing Social Inequity
Sabine Vermeire - Working with Young People who have Experienced Trauma
Also: Refugees Share their Experience of Contributing to UK Society
We are excited to present two days of workshops and keynotes with one day of pre-conference workshops.
Topics ddressed will include working with children and adolescents,
dementia, learning disabilities, working in the community, collective practices in schools, with foster carers, care leavers, teams and communities, youth peer workers in Mental Health, gender identity issues, being non-British in the UK, multi-generational sexual abuse,
community radio in prison, using theatre practices in conflict transformation and reconciliation, Just Therapy, post colonial thinking and accountability, supervision with non-narrativists, narrative practice and embodiment.
Although our intention has been to provide a showcase for narrative practice in the UK, we are pleased to say that we will also have presenters from Belgium, the United States, Russia, Australia and Hungary.
This is sure to be an invigorating and refreshing experience where you can immerse yourself in rigorous narrative practice, hear about new developments and also enjoy meeting old friends and making new ones!
Brighton is a seaside town with a proud history of activism. Home to the UK's only Green Member of Parliament and an acclaimed Gay Pride celebration, it's also a popular holiday destination. Visitors are drawn to the beaches and seafront, the winding lanes around the town centre, and the Royal Pavilion - a breathtaking monument to 19th century exuberance.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Click here for Registration Form and here for Workshop Proposal Proforma.