Stephen Madigan's 1994 interview clip with Michael White and David Epston asks questions about their therapeutic questions and leads to a discussion about the ethics of narrative therapy and the conscious purpose behind narrative therapy questions
Within this 1994 interview, David Epston discusses how he establishes alternative 'meaning making' and vocabularies of experience within the therapeutic session - through the shaping of the questions he's asks.
Within the 1994 interview, Michael White discusses how externalizing conversations are discursive and designed to bring forth the politics of experience. David Epston discusses what he calls juvenile externalizing questions and how they act to minimize possibilities.
This is the first and only taped public interview/discussion involving Steve DeShazer and Michael White (1992). Their discussion on the subject of power clearly illustrates a primary and distinct difference between Narrative Therapy and Solution Focused Therapy.