Systemic Maps & the Multiple Layers of Narrative

Investment £100

Facilitator Ronen Stilman

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Course Outline

This workshop is an interactive and experiential exploration of narrative, using a practical and theoretical framework.  The workshop will introduce systemic maps as a way to capture and look at the multiple layers of narrative/script: intrapsychic, relational and the cultural/societal context, and will look at refining practice around these topics.

This course is suitable for those with a minimum introductory knowledge of transactional analysis.

Course Aims

The aim of the workshop is to explore and experience the links between the multiple layers of narrative and to clarify what might that mean to your own practice.

Participants will:

  • Become familiar with the theory of systemic maps
  • Begin to link between intrapsychic, interpersonal and systemic process
  • Synthesise theory and develop own ideas of change
  • Explore a range of  definitions of narrative
  • Increase awareness of the role of therapist and develop own ideas

About the Facilitator

ronen picRonen Stilman (CTA, MSc) runs an independent private practice in the centre of Edinburgh where he works with both individuals and couples.  In addition he works as an independent change manager, facilitating large scale change in organisations.  He specialises in narrative change and the connection between the interpersonal and intrapsychic.  Narrative approach draws upon the rich and diverse schools of Transactional Analysis whilst maintaining it simple and accessible spirit – Our life story.
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Ronen will be a PTSTA by early 2015 if trainees are considering attending this workshop.

Register now to book your place or contact our Programme Manager at or telephone 0131 514 1068