Histories of narrative therapy and community work in Rwanda

Some of my most significant workshop experiences have taken place in Rwanda, in particular a workshop back in 2007 with counsellors and assistant lawyers from Ibuka, the national genocide survivors association. This workshop was the result of an invitation from Kaboyi Benoit and I was there with Cheryl White and Jill Freedman. Fast forward to the present and there is now a narrative therapy and community work course through the University of Rwanda. During the pandemic, I was asked to share some of the histories of connections between practitioners in Rwanda and Australia. This was the video I sent through to be shared in Kigali.

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