Developing Deep Talk | Taster, Training & Coaching

Developing Deep Talk | Taster, Training & Coaching

Uniting Mission & Education are offering individuals the opportunity to explore Deep Talk – a story telling based technique giving teams the opportunity to develop deep conversation in a Christian or secular setting.

We have 3 learning opportunities coming up in April 2019 featuring
Rev Jeremy Clines a Deep Talk Trainer from Sheffield, UK and
Judyth Roberts, an Australian Godly Play Trainer.

3-Hours – Deep Talk – Taster Evening (2 April 5.45 pm – 8.30 pm)… If you are curious about deep talk and would like to experience it – join us for a Deep Talk session – EVENING SESSION REGO

2-Day Training – Deep Talk (3 & 4 April 9.30 am – 5 pm)… training course which gives you foundations and tools for leading deep talk sessions. Experience in Godly Play is helpful but not essential. SIGN UP HERE

1-Day Coaching – Deep Talk (5 April 10 am – 3.30 pm)… opportunity to continue to develop Deep Talk practice/experience – For Deep Talk practitioners and those involved in 3&4 April session). I AM KEEN – LET’S REGISTER

Deep Talk…
— is being used with adults and youth, often in groups, but also one-to-one; those trained in Deep Talk are using it in work and business settings as well as in education, church and therapeutic contexts. So far this has especially been in Finland, but now this is developing in the UK and the Netherlands. We are delighted that Rev Jeremy Clines has agreed to offer a Deep Talk development in Australia.

Deep Talk…
— takes a number of Godly Play principles and some Godly Play stories—along with some new stories—and adapts these for a spiritual process suitable to secular and religious settings, to help groups work through issues or challenges, or consider their organisation’s vision or mission. Deep Talk has been used in Finland in secular and church contexts usually with existing adult teams (such as a staff team).

Deep Talk sessions…
— begin similarly to Godly Play – by sitting in a circle; the showing of a story; and a time of wondering; but then everyone changes places and a dialogue game is played, arising from the story: this is when the group explores their work and life together. Then a celebration and chance to say farewell.

Rev Jeremy Clines – Deep Talk Trainer, Sheffield, UK
Judyth Roberts – Australian Godly Play Trainer