“The six part story method” – An experiential CPD workshop Presenter: Ian Boorn, Registered Accredited BACP Member The workshop will give delegates an experience of developing a creative tool to use when working with clients. This is a useful way when working with groups and individuals in therapy. It has also proven to be useful as an assessment tool. The six part story method was developed in Israel by Prof Mooli Lahad. A psychologist and specialist in working with people who have experienced trauma. The method is structured enough, to enable clients who have experienced trauma and subsequently high levels of stress and anxiety, to make a story which has meaning and potential for their personal development. Delegates will explore story making in a wider sense and consider books by the controversial figure Bruno Bettelheim and others. Please come dressed comfortably and expect to take part in a creative session which will give you the experience and information you need to integrate this model in your clinical practice. The intention is that this workshop will be fun as well as informative. Maximum 12 participants. Places will be allocated on a first come basis. We will meet at NCS at 10.00 and it is expect the session will conclude around 13.00 CPD certificates will be sent to your email address. Booking for this event has now closed.