Monthly Archives: February 2014

Narrative Therapy Approaches to Undermine Anxiety and Depression

We hope some of you will enroll in a one-day class which we are teaching for UC Berkeley Extension entitled Narrative Approaches to Undermine Depression and Anxiety

Saturday March 22nd 9am-4pm at 425 Market St., 8th Floor   San Francisco, CA

To enroll:  http://extension.berkeley.edu/search/publicCourseSearchDetails.do?method=load&courseId=1241821

Experienced and new narrative practitioners are both invited and experienced practitioners will be working separately for the first half of the day, thus no review of the basics.

For experienced practitioners the focus will be on crafting questions in guided exercises and case consultation (context consultation), so feel free to bring whatever is flummoxing or challenging you.

For folks who are newer to narrative, there will be lecture, videos, and exercises on foundational narrative approaches.

Both groups will gather to review transcripts and videos.

Please let us know if you have signed up for this and you are more experienced with narrative.  That would help us with planning.

Do you want any topics covered in particular?  Email us.  If you have any questions feel free to email Will Sherwin at wwsherwin@gmail.com.

We hope to see you there — we are excited to offer a full-day with CEUs for our community.

Warmly,

Julia and Will