“Narrative Therapy with families and couples” with Mark Hayward

Web Event

Interactive open free of charge lecture

& Interactive training seminar/workshop

 

Narrative therapy with families and couples

 

with the narrative therapist and trainer

coordinator of the international narrative programs

of Dulwich Centre

 

Mark Hayward

 

Founding Director of the Institute of Narrative Therapy (U.K)

 

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  • Open free of charge  – lecture 

Therapeutic work with families

Friday 21th of May, 5.00 p.m. – 7.15 p.m. (CEST)

6.00 p.m. – 8.15 p.m. (Greece Time)

English and Greek Language

 

  • Training seminar-workshop

“Narrative Therapy with close relationships (family and couples)

Saturday 22th of May 2021, 10.00 a.m. – 6.00 p.m (CEST)

11.00 a.m. – 7.00 p.m. (Greece Time)

Sunday 23th of May 2021, 9.00 a.m. – 3.00 p.m (CEST)

10.00 a.m. -4.00 p.m. (Greece Time)

English Language

 

The event is organized by the Institute of Narrative Therapy & Community Work – Greece.

(It is an event that is in the context of the Greek Institute’s collaboration with Dulwich Centre)

 

The participants will have a certificate from Dulwich Centre of Narrative Therapy (Australia), the educational and therapeutic centre that co-created Narrative Therapy.

The seminar is recognized as part of the training that leads to the Narrative Therapist Certificate of Dulwich Centre and the Greek Institute for Narrative Therapy.

 

Apply for attendance of the free of charge lecture and / or the weekend training workshop by  sending an e-mail to narrativetherapygr@gmail.com and we will send you the link that will connect you with our ZOOM room in order to attend. (See details bellow).

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See bellow: 

  1. INFORMATION ABOUT THE OPEN LECTURE AND THE SEMINAR
  2. INFORMATION ABOUT THE TRAINER
  3. ORGANIZATIONAL INFORMATION
  1. Time
  2. Fees
  3. How to connect for the free of charge lecture
  4. How to connect for the seminar – workshop
  5. Certifications and more support

 

  1. INFORMATION ABOUT THE OPEN LECTURE AND THE SEMINAR

 

  • Open lecture

Mark Hayward has worked as a family therapist with young people and their family networks for more than 25 years. In this open lecture-event Mark will show video from sessions over 4 years with a teenage girl and her mother. In the video abuse and trauma feature as well as the difficulties of separated families. Basic practices and ideas of Narrative Therapy will be discussed.

(A small part of the Friday Event will be spent in the presentation of the International Therapy Training Program that is organized by the Greek Institute and Dulwich Centre. The program leads to the Certificate of Narrative Therapy, by which the graduates are recognized as narrative therapists by Dulwich Centre, the centre that has created Narrative Therapy and it is part of the Master in Narrative Therapy of the University of Melbourne.)

 

  • Seminar

The workshop focuses on narrative work with relationships: parent/child relationships, couple relationships and family relationships.

On Saturday we will look at working with and thinking about children and their families. How do we help the family conceptualize the problem that bothers them? How do we help its members present to the family what is important to them? How do we help the family find sparkling moments that will support them in creating new ways of coping with problems? How do we support the family members go towards their preferred directions in life?

On Sunday we will look at problems in couple relationships and the particular ways that narrative therapy conceptualizes these issues and addresses them. This includes among other things how popular ideas about couples can contribute to problems and how we can help in deconstructing them.

In both days there will be presentations, exercises and video material to reflect on.

 

  1. INFORMATION ABOUT THE TRAINER

Mark Hayward is a family therapist and a narrative therapist, tutor and supervisor. He has been working as a therapist for thirty years and teaching for twenty five years.

He is a founding Director of The Institute of Narrative Therapy and teaches widely around Europe and UK to Diploma Level. He has completed the International Post-Graduate Diploma in Narrative Therapy at Dulwich Centre, Adelaide, Australia, and published in journals in UK, America and Australia.

For many years he had been working as Head of Family Therapy Sector for the Health Service in Cornwall, UK, working with young people and their families until retirement. He now works in a Family Therapy agency in UK and as a faculty member of Dulwich Centre. He is the coordinator of the international narrative therapy training program of Dulwich Centre.

 

  1. ORGANIZATIONAL DETAILS

3.a. Time

– FREE OF CHARGE EVENT via web – open to the general public

Friday 21th of May, 5.00 p.m. – 7.15 p.m. (CEST)

6.00 p.m. – 8.15 p.m. (Greece Time)

(See below information about how to connect with us)

– SEMINAR – WORKSHOP via web

Saturday 22th of May 2021, 10.00 a.m. – 6.00 p.m (CEST)

11.00 a.m. – 7.00 p.m. (Greece Time)

Sunday 23th of May 2021, 9.00 a.m. – 3.00 p.m (CEST)

10.00 a.m. -4.00 p.m. (Greece Time)

(See below about how to connect with us)

 

3.b. Fees

 – Open lecture fees: 0 euros

 – Weekend training seminar + workshop: 160 euros or 180 euros

    Subscription until 20th of May: 160 €

    Subscription after 20th of May: 180 €

          In order to subscribe, please deposit the amount to the

          IBAN GR54 0172 2280 0052 2806 9522 814 in Peiraius Bank (Greece)

[Owner of the bank account is Institute for Narrative Therapy (Greece)]

    Please also send a confirmation e-mail with your

   name, profession, place of living, telephone and e-mail in it.

 

3.c. How to connect for the free of charge lecture

  1. Send us an e-mail (at narrativetherapygr@gmail.com), in which you inform us about your interest in the open event.
  2. The day before the event, we send you the link, which will allow you to connect with us through the ZOOM platform.
  3. 15 minutes before the start of the open event, open the e-mail we sent you and click the special link and you will automatically be connected to ZOOM. We get connected 15 minutes in advanceto make sure everything is working properly with your connection.

 

 

3.d. How to connect for the seminar – workshop

  1. After paying for the seminar (see information above on point “C.b. Fees”), you send us an e-mail(at narrativetherapygr@gmail.com), informing us of your registration
  2. The day before the event, we send you the link, which will allow you to connect with us through the ZOOM platform.
  3. Download “Zoom client for meetings”from this link. It will take you a few seconds but please don’t leave it for doing it in the last minute: https://zoom.us/download
  4. 15 minutes before the start of the seminar, open the e-mail we have sent you, click the special linkand you will be automatically connected to ZOOM. We connect 15 minutes in advance to make sure everything is working properly with your connection.

 

 

In order to have a good time, enjoy it and make the most of it from our online seminar, we recommend the following:
• a) The most important 
😊: Make sure you are in a place where you have a good internet signal
• b) Use a laptop or computer if you can, because there are some features that do not work well if you are using an Ipad or your phone.
• b) Make sure your computer has a camera and microphone, as they are necessary for the interactive seminar
• c) Make sure you have good lighting in the room from which you will connect, without having a window behind you. Headphones can help prevent background noise

 

3.e. Certifications and more support

– All participants will be given a CERTIFICATE by the Institute of Narrative Psychotherapy & Community Practice and the Dulwich Center for Narrative Therapy of Australia.t

– The seminar is recognized as part of the training that leads to the DEGREE OF NARRATIVE THERAPY of Dulwich Centre and the Greek Institute for Narrative Therapy.

– The new participants will be given a preliminary EDUCATIONAL MATERIAL. Please register early so that we can send the material early.