Artists and professional caregivers of all stripes benefit from this dynamic training.
Individual Training and Certification is $299 per person. Interested in training for your organization? Click here.
Here's How! Complete the six, playful online modules (stop and start at your convenience!)
Practice the method for 3 sessions - publishing a minimum of 3 stories to the site.
Return to the Training Center to complete a brief Self-Evaluation of practice, which is reviewed by one of our Master Trainers.
When the Master Trainer is convinced you understand the core principles of the TimeSlips approach - you are Certified! You'll receive an online certificate. And...
Certified Facilitators are invited to online dialogues about innovative practices by facilitators across the world.
Share and receive ongoing support on our Certified Facilitator Facebook page.
You can help fuel the Creative Care Revolution by expanding the number of elders TimeSlips reaches each year with meaningful engagement!
Jeanette has been a certified facilitator since 2016. Since then, her inventiveness hasn't stopped! She had custom-made chocolates wrapped in image prompts. That was both creative and delicious. Then, using Beautiful Questions with elders in Sulzburg, Jeanette created handmade books that unfold with the answers to the questions. She sent us some samples we were able to photograph.
She honors the elders responses with beautiful hand-made books that capture the magic of her exchanges.
Thank you Jeanette for continuing to inspire us!
Just click on Org Training in Services (or here). We offer fully online or in-person training.
Certification assures you that you have successfully transitioned from training to practice, and enables you to facilitate storytelling circles and call them TimeSlips sessions. Certified Facilitators can “model” Time Slips for others, but they can not “certify” others. That is reserved for people trained as In-House Trainers and Master Trainers.
It IS fun isn’t it? TimeSlips was originally designed for people with cognitive disabilities like dementia. Creative engagement is an ideal way for people with cognitive challenges to communicate. Our main audiences are families, care providers and elders experiencing isolation, whether from disabilities or social situations. But it’s fun for everyone and effective for community building of all kinds.
We often hear people say “We’re already doing that...” but when we ask a few questions, we hear, “well, maybe not...” Here’s a handy checklist:
I love singing with the storytellers, seeing how they integrate songs into the stories, watching them teaching the students the songs. I love knowing that my students will be more caring and warm medical professionals because of these experiences.
Oh my goodness - the JOY and DELIGHT of the whole shared creative process is so uplifting - who can stop smiling? It affects everyone and ripples out.
One of the participants proudly stated ‘I can’t remember, but here I can imagine’, which I found an incredibly moving testament to the power of this programme.
I did my first TimeSlips today. I am still flying high. The residents loved it.
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