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    ATTACHMENT NARRATIVE THERAPY

    Voor het eerst in Nederland

    ATTACHMENT NARRATIVE THERAPY

    met Professor Rudi Dallos and Professor Arlene Vetere

    • Een vierdaagse online cursus op 28+29 oktober en 25+26 november 2021, 10.00 – 16.30.
    • Kosten : €440,00 (na 15-05 €460,00).
    • Inschrijven: Praktijk Petra Deij | Systeemschool Utrecht, www.praktijkpetradeij.nl
    • Plaatsing op volgorde van binnenkomst van betaling.

    Unieke kans om kennis te maken met het werk van Arlene en Rudi dat gebaseerd is op de gehechtheidstheorie en systemisch narratieve ideeën. Het model is bruikbaar voor zowel individuele, als relatie- als gezinstherapie.

    Arlene en Rudi werken het liefst in kleine groepen met maximaal 12 mensen, om het ervaringsgerichte aspect van het model zo goed mogelijk tot zijn recht te laten komen.

    De training is op post-HBO/post-academisch niveau; een redelijke kennis van de Engels taal is noodzakelijk voor het plenaire gedeelte. In de subgroepen wordt gewerkt in het Nederlands en is er hulp bij het vertalen van de feedback.

    What can you expect?

    The Course uses a mix of adult learning methods including lectures, readings, case presentations, experiential exercises and small group role plays.

    Each day will include two blocks with one or two ‘formats for exploration’.

    The first block lays out formats, with a framework for the integration of attachment, narrative and relational systemic ideas for working therapeutically with individuals, couples and family groups.  The second block will include an attachment narrative case presentation with team formulation in two small groups.

     

    Day 1

    Block 1

    Introduction and Implications of Attachment Theory for Systemic Practice: The development of attachment in couples and families,  family attachment dynamics, attachment experiences and the development of narrative skills and processes. Building a secure base.

    Formats for exploration: emotional sculpting & attachment tracking exercise

    Block 2

    Facilitating change in couples and families, facilitating regulation of emotions, considering alternatives, action and change, resolving attachment dilemmas.

    Formats for exploration: interviewing the internalised attachment figure;  working with attachment injuries

     

    Day 2

    Block 1

    Attachment narratives: exploring attachment narratives and processes  in couples and families, parents’ attachments to the child, complex attachment dynamics and trauma and loss.

    Formats for exploration: attachment focused genograms; corrective and replicative scripts

    Block 2

    Consolidation of change and planning  for future challenges, exploring complex attachment dynamics – abuse, loss and trauma –  identifying and assisting with trauma

    Formats for exploration: exploring patterns of comforting.

    The course content will cover the following main themes:

    * representational systems of attachment;

    * intergenerational learning and care in families;

    * trauma and the restriction of attempted solutions; recursive processes of intervention – paying attention to pattern and process; the use of self in therapeutic work; developing and monitoring the secure base in therapy and in families; the use of action techniques in therapy; and healing in relationships.

     

    About Arlene and Rudi

    Arlene Vetere is professor of family therapy and systemic practice at VID Specialized University, Oslo, Norway. She is a clinical psychologist, and a systemic psychotherapist, trainer and supervisor, registered in the UK, where she lives and practises.

    Here recent publications include: ‘Long Term Systemic Therapy’, and ‘Supervision of Family Therapy and Systemic Practice’. drarlenevetere@hotmail.com

    Rudi Dallos is Emeritus Professor of Clinical Psychology at the University of Plymouth. He has been working as a systemic family therapist for 40 years and has engaged in several research projects exploring applications of Attachment Narrative Therapy, for example in relation to assisting families where a child has a diagnosis of autism. He has published several books, the most recent being ‘Don’t Blame the Parents’. r.dallos@plymouth.ac.uk

    References

    • Dallos, R (2005) Attachment Narrative Therapy. Maidenhead: OU Press
    • Dallos, R and Vetere, A (2009) Systemic Therapy and Attachment Narratives: Applications in a range of clinical settings. London: Routledge.
    • Vetere, A and Dallos, R (2008) Systemic Therapy and Attachment Narratives. Journal of Family Therapy, 30, 374-385.
    • Dallos, R. and Vetere, A. (2014). Systemic therapy and attachment narratives: Attachment Narrative Therapy. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 19, 494-502. DOI: 10.1177/1359104514550556
    • Dallos, R and Vetere, A (2017) Systemic practice and narratives of attachment. Human Systems, 28, 55-71.

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