Narrative therapy neurobiology theology course

We’d love for you to join us on Friday, 14 August, from 14:30 and Saturday as we journey into the fascination overlap between narrative therapy and neurobiology (i.e., neuro-narrative) and theology.


  • Dr. Faure Louw
  • Essie Raath (Senior counsellor, trauma)
  • Adinda van Heerden (Counsellor and Coram Deo supervision programme coordinator)


Online link: Registered participants (form below) will receive a Zoom link by no later than Thursday.

Pointers for training online


  • Counsellors, psychologists, coaches, teachers, pastors  
  • Anyone with an interest in the role of neuroscience and specifically neurobiology in helping type relationships, like counselling.
  • Persons interested in the relationship between our experience of faith and religion with neuroscience.


  • Public: R1550
  • Coram Deo community member: R1200
  • Enrolled third year students at Coram Deo: Free (part of tuition costs)

Bank details: ABSA Cheque account 406 725 8321 | Branch Code 335 545 (Hatfield) | Notification to | Reference: 320M3+[Surname]+[Initials]

Suggested requirements

  • No formal requirements but suggested prior higher education training and three years work experience.
  • A basic understanding of the professional helping role.
  • A basic understanding of narrative therapy (Join our transformative narrative journey in 2021)
  • Openness to the experience of faith as part of how people give meaning to life.

CPD, affiliation, accreditation

SignoPro is an independent and cross-professional association where all our programmes are acknowledged. If you are already a practitioner (counsellor, coach, professional facilitator, or a student in related roles or professions) you may want to consider joining. See our profile on the SignoPro database here.

This programme is not currently pre-registered at other professional bodies/associations. Along with SignoPro (for members) and the fact that the programme is accredited by the University of Pretoria, other professional associations might be inclined to acknowledge CPD learning post-event.