Michael White discusses a story of trauma and abuse and how narrative ideas shape how he listens to the story being told.
Jill Freedman offers you very clear notes on Michael Whites thoughts on the 'absent but implicit' - a key idea to understanding the concept of 'double listening' to client stories.
David Nylund's workshop slides outline specific ideas on the practice method involving the absent but implicit
Jill Freedman describes her exploration of practices working with the absent but implicit, particularly in therapy with couples and families. She includes questions that may be helpful in naming the absent but implicit and describes how these conversations can support a context in which exploring discourses is quite relevant.