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David Marsten – Narrative Therapy – rykket til 2021

1 dags workshop 10. Maj 2021

 Workshoppen sker i samarbejde med John Gurnæs, Multiversitet

David Marsten

Denne workshop er flyttet frem til 2021 – grundet COVID-19. David håber på at kunne komme til Europa  og besøge os i 2021.

‘In this workshop we will look at what makes an otherwise ordinary story irresistible. We will start with the main character — the person who is called to the center of events. Every story needs a formidable protagonist — someone who can be counted on to give a plot drive and propel the story forward. And what is a protagonist without an obstacle to overcome? It is only when something has gone terribly wrong that the person affected has the opportunity to make their reputation and become a memorable figure. These and other elements of narrative will be relied upon with the aim of developing a winning counter-story.

Through lecture, video of direct practice, exercise and discussion, workshop participants will be able to:

  • (1)  Get to know people according to their virtues
  • (2)  Listen with an ear tuned to novelty in an effort to imbue life with vibrancy
  • (3)  Critique dominant narratives that would limit our imaginations as practitioners
  • (4)  Look at people’s lives from a cinematic rather than psychological perspective
  • (5)  Rely on narrative elements (rich characterization, obstacle/antagonist, temporality, suspense, story genre, the imaginary) to build a counter-story

who is David Marsten?

David Marsten became intrigued with Narrative Therapy in 1991 while training at MRI in Palo Alto, CA. He developed one of the first Narrative training programs in Los Angeles at Jewish Family Service in 1992 and went on, in 1999, to establish a Narrative training and counseling center, Miracle Mile Community Practice, He has taught at the graduate level for many years, the last 14 of which in Pepperdine University’s Narrative Training Clinic. He is a faculty member of the Vancouver School for Narrative Therapy and teaches internationally for Dulwich Centre. He has co-authored several articles, 3 chapters in edited collections, and the book: Narrative Therapy in Wonderland: Connecting with Children’s Imaginative Know-how.



Pris:1500 kr. exklusiv moms
Dato:10. maj 2021
Tidspunkt:kl 9.00-16.00
Hvor:Trianglen - København
Underviser:David Marsten
Antal deltagere:minimum 10 deltagere / max 30
Rabat:Der gives 10 % rabat til flere kursister fra samme arbejdsplads
Tilmeldingsfrist:10. maj 2021