Telling our stories in ways that make us stronger
Dulwich Centre is delighted to announce this five day intensive on narrative therapy and community work for Indigenous practitioners. This workshop will explore ways in which narrative practices can contribute to decolonising identity stories, linking stories between communities, and sharing practices of culture and healing.
This workshop will be facilitated by Tileah Drahm-Butler. It has been designed with guidance from Aunty Barbara Wingard who has been a key member of the Dulwich Centre Faculty for twenty years.
Tileah is a graduate of the Master of Narrative Therapy and Community Work (University of Melbourne/ Dulwich Centre) This intensive will introduce the key narrative practices of externalising, re-authoring, re-membering, outsider witness, documentation, and the Tree of Life, all through an Aboriginal lens. This workshop will also act as the necessary pre-requisite training to then apply for the 2020 Master of Narrative Therapy and Community Work.
All participants will also receive a copy of the book Aboriginal Narrative Practice: Honouring storyline of pride, strength and creativity by Barbara Wingard, Carolynanha Johnson & Tileah Drahm-Butler.
To register: www.narrativetherapylibrary.com/events.html
Download the flyer HERE
April 8, 2019
Categories: IAHA News
Posted by: Renae Kilmister
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