WEBINAR - Narrative Therapy: Supporting the Client to Tell and Hear Their Own Story Anew part 1
Presented by Linda Harrison, LCMHCS, CCS, MAC
Tuesday December 8, 2020
9:00am - 12:15pm
3 credit hours total (counts as face-to-face training because you will be able to interact, make comments, ask questions, and get answers in real time).
- 3 NBCC credit hours
- NCSAPPB approved for substance use specific (SS) and evidence-based treatment (EBT)
This description covers both parts 1&2 of the webinar. Attend just one or both… your choice. Participants will learn the basics principles and key concepts of Narrative Therapy. Counselors will learn to listen to the client's story more deeply, listening for key themes, supporting the client to deconstruct their narrative, write a new narrative moving towards self-compassion and healing.
The counselor supports the client to adjust the stories they tell about their life in order to bring about positive change and enhanced mental wellbeing. Narrative therapy's approach sees people as the experts on their own lives and views the person as separate from their problem perspective. “Trauma is not who you are, it is what happened in your life without an empathic witness.” Peter Levine
- Participants will learn and integrate the key concepts and principles of Narrative Therapy.
- Participants will share, deconstruct, and reconstruct a story to develop their practice skills.
Hope to see you there!