Compass Seminars – Systems & Stories (Brisbane)
A two-day in person workshop around a narrative therapy approach to meaning making and change
Compass Seminars presents Systems & Stories (Brisbane)
This two-day workshop will provide participants with key skills in Narrative Practice including practical clinical skills that can be used immediately with individuals and families (children, adolescents, adults and older persons). Participants will consider the relevance of Narrative Practice in their work setting, and applications relating to the context of trauma, relationships, and grief and loss. Participants will consider how to “tread lightly” but effectively with Narrative Practice.
In this course participants will develop an understanding of:
- What Narrative Therapy is
- The Systemic Family Therapy context of Narrative Therapy
- Assumptions underpinning Narrative Practice
- The importance of stories in our own lives and the lives of those we work with
- Therapist positioning in Narrative Therapy
Presented by: Dr Leonie White is a Psychologist and Clinical Family Therapist with 20 years experience including work with children, adults, families, foster families, residential care providers, teachers and other therapists, in Health, Education, and Child Protection Services as well as in the Non-Government sector and Private Practice. Currently Leonie provides psychotherapy and counselling with a special interest in Mental Health, supporting young people and their families/carers with emotional, behavioural, social and family difficulties. Leonie also provides psychotherapy and counselling services for adults, couples and families. Leonie specialises in providing Clinical Supervision to other helping professionals. Leonie is the Co-Director of the Queensland Institute of Family Therapy, works in Private Practice (Supervision, Group Supervision, Training) and is a member of Staff at the Queensland University of Technology. She is the author of the popular Helping Families Thrive card set.
Date: Thursday, 17th to Friday, 18th August – 9am to 4.30pm
Venue: The Glen Hotel, 24 Gaskell St, Eight Mile Plains, QLD, 4113
Cost: Early bird price until 28th July – $518 per person // Standard price – $638 per person