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When: Friday, November 13th, 2015 | 8:30am-4:30pm
Where: Baerresen Ballroom at Tivoli Center on Auraria Campus | 900 Auraria Pkwy, Denver, CO 80204
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Cost: $125.00 Registration Includes: Breakfast, workshop materials, ONE admission to Saturday’s theatrical event [Additional Meet & Greet reception must be purchased separately for $20.00 – your receipt will be your admission]
Space is limited to 100 participants – Register today! Click here to return to event ordering page.
On Friday, November 13th, The Institute at Maria Droste Counseling Center proudly presents Co-Constructing Caregiver Narratives Workshop as part of the Two Men Talking | Growing Up Different: Transforming Hearts Through Theater event. The Co-Constructing Caregiver Narratives workshop will be facilitated by the Two Men; Paul Browde, MD, & Murray Nossel, PhD, founders of Narativ, Inc. of New York and London. They will take a group of 100 participants through a day of learning exercises based on their own narrative method. This process provides a disciplined, highly empathic focus on what has happened in the lives of those who seek help, using direct dialogue and sensory details to co-construct stories that invite clients to connect, change and heal.
The Co-Constructing Caregiver Narratives workshop will take place in the Baerresen Ballroom of the Tivoli Student Center on the Auraria campus in downtown Denver. Registration begins at 8:30am and the workshop will conclude around 4:30pm. Delicious catered breakfast, coffee and tea will be provided. Below is a tentative schedule for the workshop.
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Reserve your spot today to experience the healing power of narrative therapy!
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Friday, November 13th – Workshop Program
8:30 am – Registration and breakfast
9:00-10:00am – Introductory story of Paul and Murray’s friendship that will demonstrate the techniques and principles to be taught in the workshop
10:00am-11:15am – Participants will be invited to examine their own listening habits including how to identify and release obstacles to listening. An exercise will follow demonstrating the reciprocal relationship between listening and telling
11:15-11:35am – Coffee break
11:35-12:30pm – Reflections on morning exercise followed by a tutorial in Narativ’s what happened storytelling method. Participants are taught to tell stories based on sensory experience, avoiding judgments, opinions and interpretations
12:30-1:30pm – Lunch on your own. Based on guidelines presented, participants will prepare personal stories during the lunch break
1:30-2:30pm – Volunteer presentation of personal stories with ‘master class style’ coaching in the what happened method
2:30-3:00pm – Principles of co-construction
3:15-3:30pm – Coffee break
3:30-4:20pm – Volunteers will be invited to model the techniques of co-construction
4:20-4:30pm – Conclusions and next steps
This workshop is proudly facilitated by The Institute at Maria Droste Counseling Center.
The Mission of The Institute at Maria Droste Counseling Center is to provide an educational forum for dynamic integration of established and emerging theory and practice in mental health.