This course offers an introduction to the thinking and practices of narrative therapy and would be of use to practitioners engaged in conversations with children, young people and their families to bring about change. It is through stories or ‘narratives’
that we give meaning to the events of our lives. This course will look at how narrative approaches can support conversations with children and young people about their preferred identities. If you are interested in having conversations with children and young
people about their skills, competencies, values, principles and intentions or if you are interested in finding out about their preferred rather than ‘problem’ stories then this course is for you! The course will focus on theory and practice with the opportunity
to explore a variety of ‘narrative tools’ and gain some experience in their use.
To book a place please complete the attached
application form and email to EPTCourses@bradford.gov.uk or call 01274 439444