The live Anti-anorexia narrative therapy session demonstrates how to slowly reinvigorate and remember previous anti-anorexic knowledges now somewhat restrained by the problem and presently - hidden from view.
Drawing on the work of Jerome Bruner, Michael White found a structure to enter into client stories and construct a scaffold for his question. The structure involved Bruner's ideas on the composition of narrative stories through the landscape of action and landscapes of identity.
Stephen Madigan's VSNT training handout offers a brief introductory tour through a few necessary understandings when developing therapeutic questions from a narrative therapy perspective.
Michael Whites 2005 lecture offers succinct examples of landscape of action and landscape of identity questions and how people’s lives can become ‘thickened’, and more richly known and described.
In this 1991 lecture, Michael White outlines the theory and practice surrounding his use of relative influence questions, landscape of action and consciousness (identity) questions, and those sneaky and beautiful alternative stories that do not fit with the problem story known as - unique outcomes.
Michael White discusses how specific narrative questions can be introduced in the re-authoring of lives and relationships