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Narrative therapy: Reconstructing stroke survivors and caregivers’ meaning of and purpose in life

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Cerebrovascular disease, as the most significant cause of disability in adults, brings dramatic psychosocial impact to both the survivors and the family members. Narrative therapy(NT) is applied to externalize the dominant problem-saturated experiences, open diverse possibilities for reconstruction of identity, and re-authorize alternative storylines to address the problems in ways that are powerfully connected with their meaning of and purpose in life. Sharing from community collaborators, practical skills applications, and findings of a randomized controlled trial on treatment effects will also be discussed in relations to the impact of NT on stroke survivors and caregivers.

詳細資料

課程編號 : 13A-PE07
日期 : 22/5/2013
時間 : 1430 - 1730 (3 小時)
地點 : Duke of Windsor Social Service Building, 15 Hennessy Road, Wanchai, HK
對象 : Social work and health care professionals nominated by their organizations
名額 : 50
語言 : Cantonese (supplemented with English)
費用 : 港幣 0.00
    港幣 0.00 (社聯會員機構職員)
早鳥費用 : 港幣 0.00 (在 01/05/2013 或之前繳款, 只限社聯會員機構職員)
查詢 : 2876 2427 or [email protected]
主講嘉賓 :
Dr. Chow , Esther 周愛華博士
Assistant Professor, Department of Applied Social Studies
City University of Hong Kong
Dr Chow is the Associate Program Leader for Bachelor of Social Sciences in Social Work. She has extensive research experiences on the effectiveness of various practice-intervention models. After obtaining a graduate diploma in Narrative therapy from Dulwich Centre, Australia, her research interests extended to practice of narrative therapy, self-help and mutual-aid, life wisdom, social support and coping, resilience and spirituality.

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Enrollment Form: Download from http://www.hkcss.org.hk/institute/13A/pe/cadenza/enrollment_form.pdf

** Applicants should be nominated by their service units / organizations. One organization can nominate up to 3 staff members for each workshop.

 
Funded by: The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust
Organizer: CADENZA: A Jockey Club Initiative for Seniors
Co-organizer: The Hong Kong Council of Social Service

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