Posted by on Jun 12, 2018 in Uncategorised | 30 comments

Welcome from your host: Tileah Drahm-Butler

Welcome from other First Nations Narrative Practitioners

Jonathan Morris

Alberto Burgos

Leonard Manuel

Erica Lambert


  1. I am really excited to participate in this course. I am privileged to live and work in Calgary, Southern Alberta in Treaty Seven Territory, which includes the tradional territories of the Blackfoot: Siksika, Kainai, Piikani, and the Tsuut’ina and the Stoney Nakoda: Bearspaw, Chiniki and Wesley First Nations and Metis Nation Region III

  2. Lovely Welcome from the First Nations Narrative Practitioners. Look forward to learning more about Narrative Therapy in this Free Online Course.

  3. Hi all,
    I work at an AOD agency supporting clients whose children have Child Protection involvement. Some of my clients identify themselves as Aboriginal, and I want to know more about working with the client cohort. Look forward to learning a lot from this course!

  4. I am Quandamooka woman and a counselor and I look forward to doing this course! Narrative therapy is a beautiful resource for mob, can’t to learn more.

  5. Thankyou, fantastic intro to Narrative Therapy and looking forward to using this therapy in community

  6. Really looking forward to learn a lot from this training session.

  7. Thanks for putting together this great resource and opportunity. I’d like to acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land upon which I am studying today, the Turrbal and Garumngar people, and I’d like to pay respect to their Elders past, present, and emerging. I feel our country has much to learn from a narrative approach, from listening to story and supporting both ourselves and others to move away from oppressive discourses.
    Thanks again, Jess

  8. Diolch Iawn for all the introductions and comments. I acknowledge that I am learning on Wiradjuri country, the elders and Aboriginal people here, and their stories. I am a little excited to understand for myself how using narrative in a cultural context can work.

  9. I am looking forward to this course. I live and work in Saskatchewan a province in Canada.

  10. Thank you for this course! I’m really interesting in narrative therapy. It’s great I found your site.

  11. thank you for offering this for free such a great resource !

  12. Great introduction to a course I am looking forward to completing the course and implement what I have learnt in my work

  13. I appreciated your lovely welcome – Thank you.
    This therapeutic modality really resonates with me & I can hardly wait to complete this course and support people to tell their stories, too.

  14. This is really interesting. I look forward to the rest of the course!

  15. Thanks for the warm welcome! i am looking forward to taking part in sharing of stories in a way that make us stronger. i work with children in the rural communities and this is a need.

  16. London calling! Thank you for sharing your introduction stories – Really looking forward to this course and learning more about how to integrate this Narrative element into my current life/work world!

  17. Thank you for the amazing opportunity. I’m looking forward to learning.

  18. Wow, to find a free online course for Indigenous Narrative Therapy is fantastic! I look forward to learning more!

  19. thank you for your lovely welcome I am a proud pakana woman/mother/grandmother/artist/mentor I work with young Aboriginal people at risk with in the education system

  20. Thanks to each one of you for your words. It is very good to be able to access this virtual training space as a person interested in narrative practice and in having a critical view at the discourses that colonized us.

  21. Great introductions, looking forward to hearing the content 🙂

  22. Lovely to hear each person’s welcome – we are all so unique!

  23. Very excited about Narrative Therapy and using it in my work place.

  24. Fantastic initiative that will allow me to apply for the Masters.

  25. I enjoyed hearing all the welcome stories.

  26. Looking forward to the course, and putting it into practice in my school.

  27. I am glad to enroll in this course.

  28. I Like all the introductory stories. Looking forward to the course. Thanks to Aunty Barbara and Dulwich for making it available

  29. This is such a fantastic idea,and an opportunity to learn how to do this in practice.

  30. Looking forward to this course! I live and work in Whitehorse, Yukon and we have some similarities over here 🙂

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