Center for Narrative Studies Postgraduate Training Program Logistics

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Logistics for Participating

Courses are ongoing and enrollment can happen at any time.  To enrol, email Lewis Mehl-Madrona at mehlmadrona@gmail.com with a request to enroll.  We'd like to hear about (1) your previous training, (2) your current context in which you provide services, (3) your licensure status, (4) your interest in our program and in the narrative paradigm, and (5) anything else you'd like to tell us.

This term we are offering Hypnosis and Storytelling.

Generally all courses are on-line through a webinair format with one face-to-face opportunity during the term.  We expect participants to have their own clients with whom they will work.

Costs are $400 for credit and $200 for audit.  You can pay through paypal using our email address of info@coyoteinstitute.us.  Or send a check to Coyote Institute, P.O. Box 578, Brattleboro, VT 05302 or email or call us with your credit card information.

You can also call Lewis for more information at 808-772-1099.

Currently, we offer 16 hrs CEU for three-day Cherokee Body Work Courses. Email info@coyoteinstitute.us to find out more.

Listing Site Updates

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