Story-based Therapy is our unique answer to finding a motivating way to help people change the behaviours that are damaging their health and wellbeing.
It is now an important component in a new approach to changing habits called Lund Therapy – which is designed specifically for an age in which people need support and advice, but don’t want to attend therapists physically.
Story-led Therapy involves people who need to change getting friends, their clinicians, their loved ones and other people also needing to change to create fictitious characters, who then contribute to them finding permanent solutions to their harmful habits.
NISAD has developed a new form of treatment called Story-based Therapy.
It is unique
It is unique in that it addresses two major difficulties everyone working in emotional wellbeing encounters:
How to stop the person using a programme designed to help them from just getting too bored to continue – and…
how to help people who have long-held beliefs about how the shape and nature of their life should be to break away from their prejudices and investigate new ways to be alive and be happy.
“This calls for an enormous amount of ‘story’. Yes, the core ingredient of a new therapy called Story-based Therapy is, of course, stories. NISAD has opened a new facility in Dundalk, Ireland to attract, support and nurture “saga”.
It’s a co-operative project by two nations influenced by the Viking and Celtic traditions of story: Ireland and Sweden.”
“NISAD will be running competitions in both Scandinavia and Ireland to attract writing talent to come and work with their clinical programmes.”
“Our intention is to provide talented, innovative writers with an income so that they can have the freedom to develop their own projects, whilst getting exciting story-lines that don’t just “hook-in” the users of our programmes, but help them achieve the goals they value most.”
Tadhg Ó Séaghdha, Head of Behavioural Psychology at NISAD
Nationalla instituten för stress, ångest och depression (NISAD)
Lund SE-223 81
Story-based Therapy Development
NISAD Publications Ltd
Dundalk A91 HF77
Alderney, Channel Isles
National Institute for Stress, Anxiety and Depression Publications Ltd
Rue de Beaumont
Alderney GY9 3YQ
ELK-Health Programmes Development
ELK-Heath Research and Development Ltd
The Kellogg Centres
5 Rose Street
Edinburgh EH2 2PR
We currently have, or are about to have, physical clinics in
Alderney, Channel Islands
Auckland, New Zealand
Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh
Gadag, Karnataka, India
Guernsey, Channel Islands
Jersey, Channel Islands
Shanghai, Peoples' Republic of China