A clear and simple introductory article to help the membership get a handle on narrative therapy theory and practice by Anja Bjoroy, Stephen Madigan and David Nylund (2015)
This video David Nylund explains his therapeutic letters of invitation - often written to persons who have not attended the session.
David Nylund discusses his creative work involved with writing therapeutic letters of prediction and counter-referral
Nylund and Tilsen begin with a discussion and live session on normativity and non-normative identities.
David takes participants through a few primary queer ideas and shows a live interview with a young man about what it is like in the culture to inhabit a subordinated masculinity.
David consults Zach on experiences of homophobia and dominant masculinity at their grade school in Sacramento, California. He and Zach discuss how neoliberal expectations on gender norms help produce cultural productions of bullying of non-normative gendered youth.
David's continued consultation with his consultant Zach - on experiences of homophobia and dominant masculinity at the grade school in Sacramento, California.
David Nylund and colleague Alex Filipelli discuss the various programs the Sacramento, California based Gender Health Centre is involved with at TC-13 in Vancouver, Canada.
Resisting Normativity: Queer musings on politics, identity, and therapy (Nylund & Tilsen, 2010)
David Nylund's paper writes that most cultural diversity classes in social work are taught from a liberal or conservative multicultural perspective that precludes a power analysis and a critical discussion of whiteness.
David Nylund & Julie Tilsen ushered in queer theory and taught our community what a queer informed practice of narrative therapy was. This paper is part of their 2010, TC9 conference keynote discussing queer ideas, identity and the actions involved in resisting normativity.
David Nylund's workshop slides outline specific ideas on the practice method involving the absent but implicit
David Nylund's slides on structuralism & post-structuralism are used to teach participants to draw distinctions between internal state psychology and narrative therapy in VSNT's Level Two Discovery Learning certificate course.
This beautiful article chronicles David Nylund's Anti-anorexic practice of letter writing and the persons use of poems as counter-documents to help build a scaffolding with the purpose of getting free of the grip of anorexia.
David Nylund introduces participants to his longtime fascination, study, and relentless experimentation with therapeutic letters.