This seminar provides a brief introduction to Narrative Therapy and its application in the context of responding to experiences of trauma in work with people from refugee backgrounds. Some key principles, ethics, and practices of narrative approaches will be explored through the sharing of practitioner experience and stories.
- A brief introduction to narrative principles and ethics relevant to responding to trauma; and
- An experiential exploration of some particular narrative practices that can be applied in responding to refugee and asylum seeking related trauma.
This seminar is for people who are currently working with people from refugee backgrounds and interested in extending their skills in Narrative Therapy approaches to trauma.
Ideally participants will have completed a Foundation House introductory workshop or equivalent, though it is not required.