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  • AUSTRALIAN NARRATIVE THERAPY CENTRE Sydney Narrative Therapy Centre centre
    CENTRE IN SYDNEY AUSTRALIA This small and personal centre was started in 1995 by Marilyn O Neill Gaye Stockell see counselors WHAT WE OFFER The centre provides a number of services all informed by a Narrative Perspective This perspective offers a refreshing approach for Family and couples counselling Therapeutic support Counselling Professional Supervision and Community Work HOW IT WORKS In all areas narrative practices support developments that are based in the lived experience of the person seeking support Through good conversations and thoughtful skilled questions the narrative approach assists people to find and implement changes they prefer for their lives These conversations make visible helpful ways of thinking or living that are in line with a person family or communities values dreams and visions for life WHERE IT COMES FROM The narrative approach was introduced in Australia in the mid 1980 s and made known through the work and writings of Michael White Australia and David Epston New Zealand Gaye and Marilyn developed their practice of the narrative approach under the influence of both Michael and David see History Over the past 30 years the narrative approach has generated more and more interest both in Australia and internationally It has attracted professionals and those who seek their assistance At the Narrative Therapy Centre in Sydney you can access the following services Counselling for individuals families couples teams and Groups Supervision for counselors and community workers Team Support for Counselling Health and Welfare teams Training in a narrative approach See training program Contact If you have an interest in any of the areas mentioned you will find contact details on the contact page You will notice that Gaye works in the Eastern suburbs if that is more convenient Marilyn is located at Crows Nest Training A more comprehensive training calendar for

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    energising They consider it a privilege to support colleagues to work in ways that they consider respectful and helpful Gaye has furthered her academic qualifications at masters level in the areas of counseling Psychology and is a registered Psychologist Marilyn has acquired a Masters in Cultural Psychologies an area that both she and Gaye have taught in Marilyn is registered as a clinical member of CAPA Marilyn and Gaye have trained and consulted extensively with both Michael White and David Epston the two original authors of the Narrative approach Geography and other commitments have got in the way of some of Marilyn and Gaye s joint ventures however they still jump at the chance of working together and meet regularly to reflect on practice and develop their thinking Both have continued to provide therapy training and supervision Gaye is located in Woollahra and Marilyn at Crows Nest Marilyn and Gaye share an interest in contributing to the development and dissemination of narrative ways of thinking This is driven by what they have witnessed made possible in individuals and communities lives and work More recently apart from their own teaching Gaye s interest has involved her in the New MA In Narrative Therapy and Community Work course and Marilyn is supporting three new generation narrative practitioners to take up teaching the narrative ideas Over the past three years they have still continued to meet regularly to teach and supervise here and overseas to attend and present at conferences and to meet with colleagues to develop their practice and the theoretical philosophical and ethical base that supports their work Over the 30 years that they have worked together Gaye and Marilyn have between them provided support through training and or supervision with a narrative focus to workers in the areas of Mental

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    community psychiatry till 1995 During that time Marilyn was involved with the rehabilitation team in the development of a new model of practice narrative for their work and Gaye took the narrative ideas to the crisis intervention team and incorporated them in her practice there Outside requests for training and supervision increased and informed a difficult decision to move into independent practice in order to support many more workers in the development of Narrative Approaches for their work Before leaving psychiatry Gaye and Marilyn were requested by management and supported by David Epston to implement a large co research project on behalf of Community Mental Health Services that has been written up as Conference presentation on co research project Bridging the Gap in Narrative Therapy and Community Work Conference Collected Papers Ed Denborough D 1991 Dulwich Publications Adelaide Privileged friendship support and learning The relationship of Gaye and Marilyn with Michael White and David Epston grew during those years as they attended many of their trainings and were supported by them in the developments in their own work They were delighted to be invited to offer training to the workers for the Dulwich Centre s alternative mental health project in the early 1990 s and make a small contribution to what became the power to our journeys group Michael and David came to support Marilyn and Gaye at their very first conference presentation which was at the inaugural national mental health services conference THEMES in Adelaide After that presentation Michael took a copy of the video tape they had made of their work to share with workers in mental health in the United States and David supported an invitation for them to present an introduction to Narrative work at the first International Narrative Conference in Vancouver in 1991 Their support remains appreciated as those were just the beginnings encouraging us to really develop our knowledge of narrative perspectives and for years of conference and training presentations internationally and throughout much of Australia Teaching and conferences As well as introductions to narrative ideas and developments in narrative practice Gaye and Marilyn have presented on becoming a narrative therapist co researching ethics for narrative therapy mediating conversations narrative group work narrative supervision working with people experiencing suicidal thoughts self harm mental illness community conversations and more They have taught supervised and workshoped often together but also separately with NGO s and government health and welfare agencies in the areas of community health mental health multi cultural mental health drug and alcohol anti anorexia chronic illness and hope sexual abuse child welfare domestic violence homelessness family support and workers sustainability They have also developed courses and taught in the Masters of Cultural Psychologies and Masters of Counselling at Western Sydney University They have been guest lecturers in the Masters in family Therapy and BA Social Work course at The University of NSW amongst others During these years of teaching and developing ideas for the application of narrative and post structural thinking Marilyn and

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    workers commitments and vision for their work being realized Teaching Over the past 3 years there have been some wonderful teaching adventures for Marilyn with colleagues Jane Hutton Gill freedman Gaye Stockell and Mary Denese Holmes Continued please click here Links to other related sites and information Narrative Practices Adelaide has its history based in the ADELAIDE NARRATIVE THERAPY CENTRE ANTC the centre that Michael White established in January 2008 a few months before his sad and untimely death in April 2008 From its inception Maggie Carey and Rob Hall joined Michael in the formation and early development of ANTC Dulwich Centre is an independent centre in Adelaide Australia involved in narrative therapy community work training publishing supporting practitioners in different parts of the world and co hosting international conferences Jane Hutton Jane Hutton is a Narrative therapist and trainer she can be contacted via the SpottedChook website for her other life is as a B b owner in the queensland village of Montville Charing Cross Narrative Therapy is an independent counselling and training centre operated by David Newman David has moved to Canberra Australia for one year but will be conducting training in Sydney in 2008 The Narrative Training Centre The Narrative Training Centre is based in Melbourne Victoria and is involved in training in narrative therapy On this website you will find information about the courses and training that the Narrative Training Centre offers The Narrative Therapy Bookshop The Narrative Therapy Bookshop contains A number of papers and book chapters that can be purchased for a small fee via PayPal and then downloaded immediately and a range of books and journals that can be purchased via PayPal and then shipped to you The narrative therapy approach book involves the whole family and especially children by respecting their unique

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    take their lives in directions they preferred Supervision We have had the privilege of having supervision conversations with many colleagues about their practice Despite the many challenges that are faced in counselling and community work we repeatedly witness workers commitments and vision for their work being realized Teaching Over the past 3 years there have been some wonderful teaching adventures for Marilyn with colleagues Jane Hutton Gill freedman Gaye Stockell and Mary Denese Holmes Continued please click here Contact Page If you would like further information about the services Sydney Narrative Therapy can offer you contact us today For Workshop information or bookings contact Marilyn Phone Marilyn O Neill Aus 02 8920 0920 Email Marilyn O Neill Write Narrative Therapy Centre PO Box 600 Cammeray NSW 2062 Consuling Rooms Suite 202 at 7 11 Clarke Street Crows Nest 2065 Gaye has rooms in Woollahra Phone Gaye Stockell Aus 02 9360 1810 or Mob 0411 581 355 Email Gaye Stockell ABN 98 720 608 401 M O NEILL G STOCKELL Or fill in the contact form below including your contact details and we will respond to your enquiry as soon as we can Name Email address Comments View Larger Map All

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    that are faced in counselling and community work we repeatedly witness workers commitments and vision for their work being realized Teaching Over the past 3 years there have been some wonderful teaching adventures for Marilyn with colleagues Jane Hutton Gill freedman Gaye Stockell and Mary Denese Holmes Continued please click here About Sydney Narrative Therapy The Sydney Narrative Therapy centre offers Narrative Approaches to therapeutic conversations with individuals families couples community groups and teams Narrative counselling encourages the reclaiming of ideas that will gives a person a much more robust sense of who they are and what they can make possible About Narrative Therapy Narrative Therapy was initially developed during the 1980s largely by Australian Michael White Dulwich Centre and his friend and colleague David Epston of New Zealand Their approach became prevalent in North America with the 1990 publication of their book Narrative Means to Therapeutic Ends followed by numerous books and articles about previously unmanageable cases of anorexia ADHD schizophrenia and many other problems In 2007 White published Maps of Narrative Practice a presentation of six kinds kinds of maps for therapeutic conversation Marilyn O Neill Australian Narrative Therapy Centre Marilyn explored the use of Narrative Ideas for her work in community psychiatry in the late 1980 s She worked as a counsellor for hospital and Mental Health Services until 1995 when she went into private practice with colleague Gaye Stockell That practice continues today and provides counselling training and supervision to individuals families and services Over the last twenty years Marilyn has trained in developed researched and taught narrative ideas both in Australia and overseas Occasionally she has written and published some of this work To complement the study of a Narrative perspective Marilyn also completed a Masters in cultural psychologies Much of the clinical work that

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    both individually and as couples or families She also consults with organisations and provides both individual and team supervision in narrative practice She has provided ongoing consultation to a primary school in relation to the design and implementation of an anti bullying program Areas of interest in her work include conversations with children and young people working with the effects of sexual abuse and mental health problems Jane has taught masters level courses for both QUT and the University of Queensland and is part of the Dulwich Centre teaching team She has taught narrative therapy both on her own and collaboratively internationally in Australia France Greece Singapore and China Mary Denese Holmes Bachelor of Social Science Counseling Graduate and Advanced Graduate Diploma in Narrative Therapy and Community Work Masters in Applied Anthropology and Participatory Development currently Grad Certificate in Loss Grief and Trauma Counselling I started working with narrative ideas in 1991 I was trained by both Michael White and David Epston in Narrative Therapy and these understandings have continued to inform and influence my practice and thinking in the varied roles I have worked in since that time These roles include that of therapist counselor supervisor trainer community development worker research monitoring and evaluation I have worked in urban rural and remote communities in both Australia and Asia Therapeutic work includes migration gender loss grief trauma suicide and family work with an early intervention focus Monitoring and Evaluation work has had a strategic funding purpose and has been of counseling programs the delivery development and training components community service and aid development programs and disaster management Gaye Stockell Psychologist MAPS member counselling college I have been exploring narrative ideas and practices since meeting MIchael White and David Epston in 1989 With Marilyn O Neill I have had the opportunity

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