‘Letters from the future’: powerpoint and papers (Tavistock-CNR, 30 April)

This was a really stimulating and enjoyable event – we left with lots to think about. Relevant powerpoint and papers are here, with the overview just below.  As always, it was great to work with our Tavistock Centre for Systemic Therapy Research colleagues and friends

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Prospective reflection using ‘Letters from the Future’: the Storylab experience

Dr. Anneke Sools, University of Twente

2-5pm, Thursday 30th April, Seminar Room 2 (Ground Floor)

Tavistock Centre, 120 Belsize Lane, London NW3 5BA http://www.tavistockandportman.nhs.uk/about-us/about-website/how-find-us/tavistock-centre

The Family Therapy and Systemic Research Centre at the Tavistock Centre, and the Centre for Narrative Research at the University of East London, are pleased to announce a workshop and presentation on prospective reflection using ‘Letters from the future’, a method developed by Dr. Anneke Sools and colleagues at the Dutch Life Story Lab at the University of Twente. http://lifestorylab.levensverhalenlab.nl/site/Life%20stories/Life%20stories/

To book attendance, please register on the Eventbrite page: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/prospective-reflection-using-letters-from-the-future-tickets-16368675148

Event schedule

2-3:30 Letter-writing and sharing workshop 3:30 – 4:00 coffee / tea from the cafe 4:00- 5:00 Lecture

Dr Anneke Sools is Assistant Professor of Narrative Psychology at Twente University. She has published widely, particularly on narrative health psychology. She is one of the founders of the Dutch Life Story Lab. Her main interest is in everyday storytelling. In her PhD research, she studied stories of the Dutch and Moroccan elderly in the Netherlands. http://www.utwente.nl/bms/pgt/en/emp/sools/

http://www.utwente.nl/igs/lifestorylab/ ; http://www.uel-ftsrc.org/aims.htm



Published by corinnesquire

Corinne Squire is Professor of Social Sciences and Co-Director, Centre for Narrative Research, at University of East London

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