Master of Narrative Therapy and Community Work

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      Course description

      The Master of Narrative Therapy and Community Work is a University of Melbourne postgraduate specialist qualification consisting of 3 subjects to achieve 100 credit points of study:

      • Advanced Narrative Skills Development (25 points)
      • The Art of Narrative Practice (25 points)
      • Narrative Practice and Research Synthesis (50 points).

      Intended learning outcomes

      This course prepares graduates for narrative therapy and community work.

      The course:

      • Provides graduates with the theoretical and advanced skill base for working with narrative approaches with individuals, families and communities across the life course, particularly in the areas of trauma and recovery.
      • Prepares graduates for narrative practice in diverse cultural contexts
      • Introduces the specific theories and advanced skills of narrative therapy
      • Engages students in critical reflection of their own practice development
      • Engages students in practice research and writing for publication.

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