Welcome from your host: Tileah Drahm-Butler

Welcome from other First Nations Narrative Practitioners

Jonathan Morris:

Alberto Burgos:

Leonard Manuel:

Erica Lambert:


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  1. Thanks for the welcome Tileah. I am a proud Dunghutti woman, living and working on Dunghutti country in Kempsey NSW and excited about learning more about Narrative Therapy as a tool to help heal our communities.

  2. Very excited to have the opportunity to learn more and participate in this course. I am a dual national – Scottish/Australian and I am a spiritual storyteller/ghostwriter/writer/Author and Akashic practitioner/healer and I want to learn more about the First Nations – from all over the world. Thank you.

  3. Thank you to the Narrative Therapy community. My name is Lennie Hsiao. I am currently a filmmaker/storyteller and I also have a Neuroscience background. I am a Taiwanese American who was born and raised in the States. Recently, I’ve discovered my Polynesian ancestors that originate from Taiwan. I know that I am also Manchurian that has origins in the Siberian/Mongolian regions and I have ancestors that practiced shamanism. I particularly interested in decolonizing the story.

  4. Hello to Narrative Therapy Community. I am a Taiwanese American who recently discovered my Polynesian roots from the Island of Taiwan and also Monogolian roots from the Siberian Manchuria region. I have studied being a Neuroscientist but I’m particularly interested in learning more about therapy and counseling through storytelling. Thank you for having me!

  5. I am thrilled to have found this course and to begin this journey. I am Indigenous from northern Mexico on my mother’s side and European/ Indigenous from the southern U.S. on my paternal side. I am an oral historian as well, interviewing refugees from Central America. I think this will enrich my ability to create relationships with the people I speak with. Thank you for creating this!

  6. Thank you for providing this course I am looking forward to putting into practice what I learn from this course and how it relates to my work. I believe this is the foundation for further study in narrative therapy

  7. Thank you for the opportunity to participate in the course.
    I am a Kamilaroi Woman from NSW and work for the NSW Department of Education.
    My reason for participating in the course is for my own healing and to support the healing of the students, parents and community in which I work.

  8. Thank you Tileah, Johnathan, Alberto, Leonard, Erica and hello all,

    I’m Nanci Lee, Chinese-Syrican adult educator from K’jipuktuk (Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada), the unceded and unsurrendered territory of the M’ikmaq people. Grateful for these teachings and that it is so widely accessible.

    Interested to learn more about narrative practice including how narratives support and perhaps frustrate community healing.

  9. Thank you for this opportunity to participate in this course. I working in Derby WA and very keen to learn more about how narrative therapy is used with healing by and with First Nations peoples.

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