Knowledge, spirit, strength: collective narrative document and song

Knowledge, spirit, strength: collective narrative document and song

Collective narrative documents and songs are now used in many different contexts. This project took place in Prince Albert, Canada. Over several months, a community of Métis students in collaboration explored and documented their narratives of […]

From burnout to solidarity: The work of Vikki Reynolds

From burnout to solidarity: The work of Vikki Reynolds

Here are three different mediums through which to engage with the work of Vikki Reynolds. Read an interview with Vikki by Sekneh Hammoud-Beckett entitled Bridging the worlds of therapy and activism. Watch a video presentation on Justice […]

Voces sobre la Maternidad / Voices on motherhood by Macarena Maturana (Chile)

Voces sobre la Maternidad / Voices on motherhood by Macarena Maturana (Chile)

This publicación de Chile (en Español e Inglés) honra a los relatos de las mujeres que viven en difíciles condiciones socioeconómicas quienes estan a cargo de la crianza de niños que han nacido como resultado de […]

Speaking our mind: A guide to how we use our stories

Speaking our mind: A guide to how we use our stories

This booklet provides an overview of storytelling from the perspective of people who have been diagnosed with ‘mental illness’ (in this booklet, we call ourselves ‘consumers’). Most of the available information on mental health has […]

Transforming the health of communities: The work of America Bracho and Latino Health Access

Transforming the health of communities: The work of America Bracho and Latino Health Access

Those of you who have attended International Narrative Therapy and Community Work Conferences may well have had the chance to witness inspiring presentations by America Bracho from Latino Health Access. For those of you who […]

Crossing borders: the work of Eduardo Galeano

Crossing borders: the work of Eduardo Galeano

David Epston, one of the founders of narrative therapy, is continually encouraging narrative practitioners to read widely. In his introduction to the posthumous collection of Michael White’s writings (Narrative Practice: Continuing the conversations, W.W. Norton, […]

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Knowledge, spirit, strength: collective narrative document and song

Collective narrative documents and songs are now used in many different contexts. This project took place in Prince Albert, Canada. Over several months, a community of Métis students in collaboration explored and documented their narratives of […]

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in Issue Two, Listen, Read, Watch

From burnout to solidarity: The work of Vikki Reynolds

Here are three different mediums through which to engage with the work of Vikki Reynolds. Read an interview with Vikki by Sekneh Hammoud-Beckett entitled Bridging the worlds of therapy and activism. Watch a video presentation on Justice […]

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in Issue Two, Read

Voces sobre la Maternidad / Voices on motherhood by Macarena Maturana (Chile)

This publicación de Chile (en Español e Inglés) honra a los relatos de las mujeres que viven en difíciles condiciones socioeconómicas quienes estan a cargo de la crianza de niños que han nacido como resultado de […]

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in Issue Two, Read

Speaking our mind: A guide to how we use our stories

This booklet provides an overview of storytelling from the perspective of people who have been diagnosed with ‘mental illness’ (in this booklet, we call ourselves ‘consumers’). Most of the available information on mental health has […]

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in Features, Issue Two, Watch

Transforming the health of communities: The work of America Bracho and Latino Health Access

Those of you who have attended International Narrative Therapy and Community Work Conferences may well have had the chance to witness inspiring presentations by America Bracho from Latino Health Access. For those of you who […]

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in Issue Two, Read, Watch

Crossing borders: the work of Eduardo Galeano

David Epston, one of the founders of narrative therapy, is continually encouraging narrative practitioners to read widely. In his introduction to the posthumous collection of Michael White’s writings (Narrative Practice: Continuing the conversations, W.W. Norton, […]

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in Issue Two, Watch

Trauma and narrative therapy: Video recordings of Michael White (part II and III)

Jack Saul from the International Trauma Studies Program has made available two video recordings of Michael White’s workshop that he offered in New York City on the topic ‘Trauma and Narrative Therapy’ in 2007. Click […]

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Creative Interventions Toolkit: A practical guide to stop interpersonal violence

We have long been admirers of the work of Creative Interventions, an organisation dedicated to addressing violence against women (children and men) and also to questioning and providing community alternatives to the violence and injustice […]

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