Welcome!

Welcome from your host: Tileah Drahm-Butler

Welcome from other First Nations Narrative Practitioners

Jonathan Morris:

Alberto Burgos:

Leonard Manuel:

Erica Lambert:

 


This Post Has 84 Comments

  1. Scott

    Thank you for the introduction, looking forward to diving into this.

  2. Samara

    Thanks for the warm and wonderful introductions! I’m looking forward to the course 🙂

  3. Sushma Shrestha

    Lovely welcome and great to hear different perspectives. Thank you

  4. Karen Tschuna

    I enjoyed the welcome thank you

  5. Nicol Rohl

    Such great introductions from everyone, loved listening to you all. Cannot wait to learn more on narrative therapy.

  6. Kirsten

    What a fantastic introduction looking forward for all the learning to come.

  7. Paul Hobson

    Really excited as to what this course has to offer as I completed the certification course in What is Narrative Practice previously. Working in Northern Ontario in Canada and also working for an Indigenous Family and Community Service agency I feel this additional knowledge from an Aboriginal aspect will only be of benefit to myself and the families I work with.

  8. toni.kernick@gmail.com

    Thank you for the genuine introductions.

  9. Moira

    Thanks for the introductions. I’m looking forward to exploring some more especially the idea of having a choice to accept or not the narrative that has been given to us or that has been thrust upon us. Happy days and stories to all.

  10. Elizabeth Tomlins

    Great introductions from everyone – especially like the quote ” Telling our stories in a way that makes us stronger”

  11. Justine

    Wow, what a great introduction.
    I feel very welcomed into the module and powerful in my Narrative journey.

  12. Ruth

    I’m so pleased to have discovered the Tree of Life (and this website) it fits so well with the Life Story Work I do with adopted and fostered children! Great intros, I can’t wait to get started…

  13. Sonia Tascon

    Thank you all for this great introduction. I, too, am drawn to Narrative Therapy for the story part of it, and what hope that has for decolonising wider cultural narratives. Look forward to hearing more

  14. Nicola

    thank you for the wonderful introductions

  15. Joanne Barlow

    What a warm and inspirational way to introduce what I anticipate will be a fabulous training opportunity. Narrative practice and the Dulwich Centre had a huge impact on my work way back in the 1980s and continues to inform so much of what I do. Looking forward to this latest journey. Thanks to everyone. Joanne Barlow

  16. Miranda Leon-Madgwick

    I enjoyed the Welcomes, Jonathan Morris comment “It’s a lot of story telling” sums up narrative therapy for our mob.
    Erica Lambert Welcome was great for our across the ditch brothers and sisters and great for our community here as Erica has worked with our mob for a long time and is well respected and loved.

  17. Kay

    Well done to all the brave individuals for stepping up and sharing their understandings of narrative therapy

  18. Chris McFarlane

    Love the introductions from others, and their interpretations of narrative therapy

  19. deborahdowsett@internode.on.net

    I really enjoyed the welcome from everyone, now I’m looking forward to beginning my narrative journey.

  20. John Rayner

    Fabulous heartfelt introductions from everyone, thank you.

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