Run by Sue Macmillan, Narrative Practitioner
Venue: The Drama Centre, 100 Victoria Street, 05-01 National Library Building, Singapore 188064
Cost: SGD200 To foster intensive learning there are only 16 places available (minimum 10) - so book early to avoid disappointment!
You will leave this workshop with an understanding of the impact the stories we tell have on our own and our clients lives; how we feel, think and behave with other people. We will look at the neuroscience and emotional registers in current theory and techniques to help our clients gain the impact they want.
1. Group 4 hr Workshop - Theory, Methodology and Practice Session
2. Skype 1:1 follow up 1 month later with each attendee - to look at case studies in order to embed the learning
The workshop is structured to deepen our understanding of how to move clients from the static perception of a personal narrative to one that is dynamic and relational allowing them to tell their story in a new way.
It will be an interactive and practical session in which we will learn more about ourselves as well as taking away practical tools to use with clients such as: the extended use of their metaphors, re-authoring conversations, and narrative approaches to time.
Here are some of the comments from delegates on the previous courses, run in 2017:
- "Imaginative, thought provoking, enabling”
- "Really interesting and powerful in looking at our dominant stories and recognising how these can change as we move on."
- "I found this workshop incredibly stimulating and energising. Sue is an excellent and intuitive coach, able to tailor the course to suit the pace and particular interests of the attendees.”