Cultural anthropologist/feminist scholar Helen Gremillion outlines her ideas on Feminism, Culture, Identity and narrative therapy
Michael White's lecture outlines three important assumptions involved with narrative therapy practice.
Michael White discusses the traditional 'surface and depth' concept at the heart of internal state psychologies practice and - those therapies based in expert knowledge and individualism
Australia therapist Alan Jenkins introduces his talk on becoming resilient - and expands upon his novel practice understandings when working with the issues of violence, abuse and trauma.
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.
There were always comparisons between Solution Focused and Narrative Therapy that - Steve De Shazer and Michael White did not necessarily agree with. This rare recording is an excerpt of Steve DeShazer & Michael White discussing diagnosis.
Two VSNT faculty members and a therapist from Norway offer a simple to read, updated introduction to narrative therapy's unique practice of therapeutic documents and letter writing.
Vancouver School for Narrative Therapy offers members a (short) Glossary Of Narrative Therapy Terms
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.
John Winsade outlines how neoliberal politics fully supports individualist ideas in the practice of therapy.
Philosopher Todd May turns the discussion to how might we be active rather than reactive to the conditions of neoliberalism affecting the persons we see in therapy, therapists and the therapy itself.
Michael White's workshop outlines three important relational assumptions involved with narrative therapy practice. This is as clear an explanation as you will find (: