French narrative therapy resources

Introduction a l'approche narrativepar Marie-Nathalie Beaudoin
Traumatisme, competence et choix: Pratiques cliniques de la thérapie narrative
(French translation of Beaudoin, M.N. (2005). Agency and choice: a theoretical model to guide a narrative therapy re-authoring process. Journal of Systemic Therapies, 24(4), 32-50.)
par Marie-Nathalie Beaudoin Ph.D.
Les idées narratives au service d’un collectif de managerspar Françoise Quennessen et Jean Louis Roux
Se ré-engager avec son histoire : l’absent mais implicite
(Chapitre 3 in M.White (2000). Réflexions sur les pratiques narratives : Interviews et essais (pp. 35–58). Adélaïde : Dulwich Centre Publications – French translantion of White, M. (2000). Re-engaging with history: The absent but implicit. In M. White, Reflections on narrative practice: Essays and interviews (pp.35–58). Adelaide: Dulwich Centre Publications. Translated by Beatrice Dameron.)
par Michael White
Dire à nouveau bonjour maj derniere
(Translation of White, M. (1989/1998). Saying hullo again: The incorporation of the lost relationship in the resolution of grief. In C. White & D. Denborough (Eds.), Introducing narrative therapy: A collection of practice-based writings (pp. 17–29). Adelaide: Dulwich Centre Publications. Reprinted from Dulwich Centre Newsletter, 1988, (Spring), 7-11. Translated by Beatrice Dameron.)
par Michael White
Huit habitudes de conversations chez des problèmes extrêmement actifs
(Translation of a pre-publication version of Madigan, S. (2003). Counterviewing injurious speech acts: Destabilising eight conversational habits of highly effective problems. The International Journal of Narrative Therapy and Community Work, (1), 43–59. Translated by Beatrice Dameron.)
par Stephen Madigan
Supervision comme une Conversation pour Redevenir Auteur. Traduction par Stéphane Kovacspar Michael White

 

Formations, praticiens, articles, liens:

pratiquesnarratives.com

narrativepractices.com 

croisements-narratifs.fr

fabriquenarrative.org