To work with a narrative perspective is to work with the everyday extraordinary stories of people's lives that shape people's sense of well being and identity. Narrative practices involve being clear on the problems and situations that prevent people from having the kinds of lives and relationships that could be possible for them.
Narrative therapy pays attention to how people make sense of their experiences and assists with changing their relationship with problems effecting their lives.
We run the following:
Collective Learning Group
Narrative Ideas and Practices Course
The i4cc is also a campus for a two year advanced certificate course in Pastoral Narrative Therapy, accredited with the University of Pretoria. For more information,
registration forms or to inquire more, please click on the below link.
If you are interested in Narrative Therapy and would like to know more, or would like to inquire about our course and/or more information, click here:
Our Narrative Reading Group is the perfect opportunity for you to learn more about the art of Narrative storytelling through reading of published articles and
engaging in discussions about the themes found within the reading material.
The reading group consists of a collective of narrative learners and practitioners who meet once a month on the 4th Friday of every month.
Our Collective Learning group is an invitation for you to hone in on your Narrative Therapy Skills with like minded peers in the community. The Collective Learning group takes place on the 2nd Saturday of every month.