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FAQs – Monthly Intensive Narrative Supervision Group

1.) Q: Can I alternate between the Friday and Saturday classes?
A: Unfortunately we do not offer the option of alternating between the two available days.

2.) Q: How many people can I expect to see in my supervision group?
A: We only offer 8-10 seats per group.

3.) How many days will I have to commit to attending in person?
A: We require registrants to attend 3 full days of inclass and for the follow up supervision there is the option of meeting with Dr. Madigan in person for your 3 hours of in person or Skype.
*Note that there is no option for telephone supervision.

4.) Q: What are the hours of the in class supervision days?
A: 9:15am-4:15pm

5.) Q: What if myself and another registrant want to take all of our individual follow-up sessions together?
A: This is not a problem, but keep in mind that a 1 hour session will count as supervision for both of you.

6.) Q: Is there an expiry date before which I have to use up my 3 extra hours of follow-up supervision?
A: Yes, we require that you use your three hours of supervision by February 15th 2013.

7.) Q: Is there an option to group the follow up supervision into a few hours instead of 3 individual hours?
A: We can only accommodate one and 2 hours of supervision sessions.

8.) Q: Can I join the Intensive Supervision Group if I am not seeing any clients?
A: We require that you are actively seeing clients in order to take this training.

9.) Q: Do you require registrants to bring a transcript to supervision?
A: Yes we require a transcript of 10 mins length, of a current session with one of your clients.

10.) Q: If I cannot attend my scheduled training can I transfer the tuition to another course?
A: Yes, but you must give us 21 days advanced notice of this change.

11.) Q: If I have a tuition credit on file with VSNT when do I need to use it up by?
A: All tuition credits are valid for 1 year from the date paid to VSNT.

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Our history…

Stephen Madigan was encouraged to open the Vancouver School for Narrative Therapy in 1992 after living, working and apprenticing with David Epston, Charles Waldegrave and Kiwi Tamasese in New Zealand.... Read more