This 1992 audio represents a formative lecture featuring Michael White outlining Michel Foucault's ideas on power/knowledge/culture - as they influence externalizing problems.
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.
Full session demonstration: Consulting your consultants and reauthoring: live session #5
Sasha Pilkington's original slide presentation guide us through specific inquiries into grief and loss and how they are designed to gather stories that may be carried forward by surviving family members and - how they may also carry particular significance and are likely to be remembered long term
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.
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.
Questions to counter those predominant discourses about death and grief that can often silence the parents in talking about their ongoing relationship with the child who has died
Jill Freedman elegantly discusses how she learned to orientate herself to asking deconstructive questions on the politics of discourse.