Re-authoring conversations are a key feature in the practice of narrative therapy. Michael White's 2004 discussion centres on developing reauthoring conversations through building a scaffold of curiosity and questions.
The re-hearing/re-telling of the notes from the previous session acts as a reflective surface to explore the companion stories of loss and hope through landscapes of action and identity questions
Full session demonstration: Consulting your consultants and reauthoring: live session #5
This key 2005 Michael White lecture outlines Jerome Bruner's ideas on the narrative metaphor and - shows how narrative therapy developed the structure of questions (through Bruner's ideas on the landscapes of action and identity)