narratives to neutralize violence
How do we talk with people about the past when the past is experienced as the present? Repeated exposure to violence and chronic stress can lead to disruptions in the way memories are stored and accessed. It can be a bewildering experience for both the giver and the receiver of their stories.
Narrative Exposure Therapy (NET) is an evidence-based approach to dealing with trauma-spectrum disorders. NET has been developed to treat survivors of multiple traumata, including exposure to inter-personal and organized violence.
The training involves live lectures, demonstrations, and supervised skills practice.
Workshops are open to anyone who interacts with other humans.
Mental Health Professionals are permitted following proof of compassion and curiosity.
- NET + Activism
- NET + Art
UPCOMING In-person NET WORKSHOPS:
Bucharest: September 15-17, 2022
Lebanon: May 2023
Italy: September 2023
|Trauma & Memory|
|NET Step by Step|
|Assessments & Psychoeducation|
|Supervised Lifeline Practice|
|Supervised Stone Practice|
|Supervised Testimony Practice|