The Tree of Life counselling methodology based on narrative therapy principles was co-developed by Ncazelo Ncube and David Denborough in 2006. Since its development it is used in several countries as a counselling methodology. Among the countries are United Kingdom, Australia, United States of America, Canada, Turkey, Russia, Norway, Netherlands, Nigeria, Kenya, Zambia, Uganda, South Africa, Zimbabwe and many more.
It is used in counselling situations such as work with older adults, with people with learning disabilities, with parents, with children and young people, with adults living with HIV, with people living with cancer, with refugees and ethnic minority groups.
Ncazelo Ncube-Mlilo, the pioneer of Tree of Life through her organisation PHOLA provides training and supervision in many countries where the methodology is used to support practitioners to remain rooted to the values and principles that inform it. The trainings offered seek to ensure fidelity in the use, application and adaptation of the methodology and contribute towards promoting culturally sensitive therapies.
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