2-day course in storytelling and mental health for healthcare professionals
Target group: Employees in the health sector who work with stress and mental health
The aim of this course is to train employees who work in the health care system in using storytelling coaching to deal with stress and dissatisfaction with clients and citizens. By working with re-story processes, clients find out their true and sustainable narrative.
Question types and dialogue tools
In the course, participants are introduced to the concept of storytelling coaching and how it can be used in conversations and dialogues with people who do not thrive. The participants are introduced to different types of questions, dialogue tools and how to frame the dialogue and are in the dialogue as a conversation partner.
During the course, participants train dialogues and conversations and receive feedback and sparring on their dialogues. Work is also being done on artifact storytelling, which is used in the work with war veterans.
Methodologically, the starting point is true storytelling, protreptic coaching and how to use indigenous people's storytelling that focuses on the holistic human being.
Intro to storytelling and mental health and well-being Types of storytelling questions and grips Options in the conversations
Artifact storytelling - working with the silent The individual's work with storytelling coaching
Jens Larsen, Cand. Mag. in literature and storytelling researcher. Since 2005, Jens has coached managers and employees with a focus on well-being and mental health. He has created projects focusing on dissatisfaction among students in colleges and universities. Jens is a co-author of a number of books on storytelling, well-being and sustainability, including "True Storytelling" with the American professor David Boje and Lena Bruun. "Protreptic -philosophical coaching in Management" with Professor Ole Fogh Kirkeby.
Modules 1, 2 and 3 in Art Therapy (Expressive Arts Therapy.)
Art Therapy (Expressive Arts Therapy) and Creativity Training.
This course is aimed at people who want to work with themselves and their work through art and creativity. It focuses on the playful and inventive which is so crucial for flowering and continuous well-being. It is based on methods that promote creativity.
The target group of the course is:
Teachers: art is not just something we teach - it is also something we teach with. Coaches: who want knowledge of the techniques of art therapy
Therapists: who want to explore the possibilities of art therapy as a form of treatment
Artists: who want to work with themselves through their art.
Anyone who wants to work with themselves and their work through art and creativity
The course consists of the following three modules:
Module 1 Expressive Arts Therapy and Creativity Training
Module 2 The relationship between art, creativity and personal development
Module 3 Use of art and creative means in his professional work
It is recommended that the modules be taken in the above order.
Cæcilie Liv Carlsen, M.A., The European Graduate School Switzerland, and co-founder of the Nordic School of Arts and Health.
For further information, admission and application email firstname.lastname@example.org
BECOME A NARRATOR - CREATE WELL-BEING, USE STORIES IN A TIME OF LONELINESS AND STRESS AND LEARN TO FACILITATE VIRTUAL NARRATIVE MEETINGS
3 x 3 hour virtual course:
As a narrator, you help to increase the well-being and health of citizens and employees at a time when many feel isolated and stressed. It documents our experiences from the virtual storytelling meetings we have held since the start of the pandemic. The meetings have been attended by people from all over the country across generations, professions and social status.
The participants say Feedback from the participants is, among other things: "It is the highlight of the week.", "You get to know people quickly when they share their story.", "It is not just sharing stories, but a healing process. ”
You will learn this in the course The great success of the storytelling meetings is due to the storytelling hosts who have facilitated the meetings. At BECOME A NARRATOR, you get dressed to plan, facilitate and evaluate virtual storytelling meetings. You learn to use your own narrative so you can build trust and motivation. Ask the right questions, keep the time and create an experience of community that increases the health and well-being of the participants.
After the course you can: • Facilitate virtual and physical storytelling meetings of 1 ½ hour in your organization or association. • Introduce and round off the meetings so that the participants feel safe. • Communicate the present themes that the participants talk about. • Introduce storytelling techniques that can help participants. • Ask the right questions that help stories along the way.
We are part of Denmark Storyteller The course is inspired by our initiative Denmark Storyteller, which are virtual storytelling meetings with Danes in a corona time. We have developed the storytelling meetings in collaboration with the Danish Public Information Council. We also collaborate with the National Museum and Nørrebro Theater, where we collect corona stories for posterity and the development of a theater performance with singer Annika Aakjær.
Program - see dates below Day 1 Intro and goals of the course Health and stories The phases of the storytelling meeting
Participants' own narrative
Day 2 Storytelling themes Facilitation of storytelling meetings Training and sparring
Day 3 Facilitation of storytelling meetings continued Physical storytelling meetings Recruitment and planning - networks, associations, team meetings, etc.
Jens has worked with education, lifelong learning and storytelling for two decades. He teaches personal leadership at the Master in Public Governance at Aalborg University. He is the author of several books on storytelling and has developed the ethical storytelling method "true storytelling". The method is used internationally to create sustainable change.
Weekend course: 19.3. 17: 00-20: 00, 20.3., 10: 00-13: 00 and 21.3., 10: 00-13: 00
Course on weekdays: Thursdays 11.3. 18.3. and 25.3. Every day 13: 00-16: 00
Registration Contact: email@example.com Telephone 3139 1677 or 2892 2097. Payment: Payment before the start of the course on the submitted invoice. Venue: The course is held on zoom and the participants receive guidance before the course, so no knowledge of the zoom medium is required.
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