‘The written word and narrative practice’ by David Newman

One of the defining early characterstics of what has come to be known as ‘narrative therapy’ was the creative use of documentation or the written word. We therefore thought it would be fitting to focus this second on-line Friday Afternoon Discussion with a presentation by David Newman on this topic. In this 30 minute presentation, David explores some of the anthropological ideas that inform documentation in narrative practice; offers some key principles to guide the use of the written word in narrative therapy; and provides some examples from his own therapeutic practice. We invite you to watch and then join the discussion!



Further reading:

Here is an earlier paper by David Newman describing his use of the written work within narrative therapeutic practice:

Rescuing the said from the saying of it, by David Newman

Published on January 24, 2013
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