Professinoal Training and Development Centre 越嶺專業培訓及發展中心 敘事治療進階證書課程 一至三月培訓課程 Jan-Mar 2015 課程編號： CC150101 Intermediate Course of Narrative Therapy Objectives Course mode Content Admission requirement 1. To further develop and practice the concept and skills of narrative therapy 2. To learn more advanced maps and skills for on-going practice of narrative therapy 3. To have a chance to go through narrative interview in a small group with an experienced narrative practitioner 4. To have more direct narrative practice in a small group with the input from an experienced narrative practitioner Deconstruction and Ethics in Narrative Therapy Narrative practices in small group Scaffolding Map in Narrative Therapy Failure Conversation Map in Narrative Therapy # The content is for reference only, and is subject to change by SBHK without prior notice. The intermediate course would emphasize on practice acquisition through small group practice led by tutors and other experiential learning opportunities. With more practice in small supervision groups, the course aims to further consolidate and develop what the class participants had learned about narrative concept and skills. 1. Completion of the Basic Course of Narrative Therapy in SBHK; or 2. Completion of equivalent basic narrative course in HK or overseas *Applicants have to submit academic proofs together with application form Course details Course code : CC150101 : 19, 26 Jan; 2, 9, 16, 23 Feb; 16, 23 Mar 2014 (Monday) Date : 19:00-22:00 (3 hours per session) Time : 8 sessions (around 2 months) Session : 701, Christian Centre, 56 Bute Steet,Mongkok,Kowloon. Venue (2 mins walk from Prince Edward MTR station) : Cantonese supplement with English Language (Teaching materials are mainly in English) Class size : 24 (first come, first served basis) Speaker Mr. Ip Kim Ching (臨床心理學家葉劍青先生) Registered Clinical Psychologist, HKPS IPGD in Narrative Practice, Dulwich Centre, Australia MSocSc in Clincial Psychology, CUHK BSocSc in Psychology (Hon.), HKU Ms. Yau Chuek-wai (臨床心理學家尤卓慧小姐) Registered Clinical Psychologist, HKPS IPGD in Narrative Practice, Dulwich Centre, Australia MSocSc in Clincial Psychology, HKU Ms. Siu Lai-ha Stella (註冊心理學家蕭麗霞小姐) MA (Clin. Psy.), Reg. Psych., HKPS. : Social Worker / Teacher / Psychologist / Counselor / Nurse / Other helping profesions Fee : HK$4,800 Discounted Fee : Enroll on or before 5 Jan 2015 –HK$4,700 SBHK previous candidates- HK$4,650 Members of SBHK (Hotline) and Hong Kong Professional Teacher’s Union- HK$4,600 Deadline : 12 Jan 2015 Remarks : A certificate will be given to participants who have fully completed 7 sessions or above Mr. Ip is a Clinical Psychologist practicing in Hong Kong. After graduating with his master degree in clinical psychology in the Chinese University of Hong Kong, he has been working in psychotherapy and counseling service for more than ten years. He also obtained his international post-graduate diploma in Narrative Practice in Australia. The program was taught by Michael White who is the founder of narrative therapy. Apart from his clinical duties, Mr. Ip is currently appointed as Honorary Lecturer and Honorary Practicum Supervisor in HKU M. Soc. Sc in Clinical Psychology Program. He is Honorary Practicum Supervisor in CUHK M. Soc. Sc in Clinical Psychology Program. He had done various Narrative training course and Narrative supervision in SBHK, BU narrative training program, SWD and different NGOs since 2005. Speaker Speaker Target Ms. Yau works as a clinical psychologist in a social service setting in Hong Kong. She comes from a background of play therapy and family therapy. She works with children and families struggling with multiple problems such as abuse, trauma, poverty, mental health problems, etc. She has been actively engaging in narrative practice since 2000. She obtained the Post-graduate Diploma on Narrative Practice in Dulwich Centre, Adelaide, Australia in 2005. She is currently a clinical supervisor for the master programs on clinical psychology in HKU and CUHK. She is also an honorary lecturer in the clinical psychology program in HKU. She has taught in various courses and workshops on narrative therapy held by different organizations including universities, NGOs and the Social Welfare Department. Stella Siu has completed the International postgraduate diploma in narrative therapy and community practice at the Dulwich Centre, Australia in 2009. She worked as a clinical psychologist at different agencies and supervised a team of counselors before going into private practice in 2012. Stella teaches part-time at different universities and theological seminaries since 2005. She is also a clinical supervisor of different community colleges and a children's home.