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Life is Storied: Exploring Narrative Therapy (3HR)

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Life is Storied: Exploring Narrative Therapy (3HR)

Our lives as we live and understand them, are storied. Narrative therapy assumes that we are all experts at our own lives, and that fundamentally, stories are the primary way we make sense of things. While not the most utilized therapeutic model or approach, narrative therapy has many great benefits to offer clients. This training introduces learners to the fundamental tenets and philosophies of narrative therapy, including deconstruction, externalization, and reconstruction. Application of this approach will extend across the life span, to include children, teens, and adults. Learners will gain knowledge and skill in the value and application of narrative approaches through examples and case vignettes.

Upon completion of this training, participants will be able to:

  • Discover key philosophies and practices of narrative approaches.
  • Identify 3 or more methods of eliciting client’s stories and telling rights of clients.
  • Make use of at least 4 narrative techniques with diverse client populations.

Social workers completing this course receive 3 Clinical asynchronous continuing education credits.

For other board approvals, this course qualifies for 3 hours of Clinical, Evidence-Based Practices, and General Skill Building continuing education training.

Course Instructor: Diane Bigler

Life is Storied: Exploring Narrative Therapy (3HR)