Stephen Madigan explores Michael White's ideological connection to second order cybernetics and the work of Gregory Bateson and - how it was that Michael and David Epston decided to turn away from 150 years of psychological theory, vocabulary and practice
Michael White's lecture outlines three important assumptions involved with narrative therapy practice.
This 1986 video show why VSNT has argued for many years that without a thorough investigation/understanding of Bateson's ideas on negative explanation, double description, and restraints - it would be difficult to fully grasp Michael Whites narrative therapy work.
This rare and vitally important 1986 lecture features Michael White introducing his practice of therapy through a discussion of Gregory Bateson's ideas on negative explanation, double description and restraint. The lecture took place 4 years before his practice became known as narrative therapy.
Michael White's workshop outlines three important relational assumptions involved with narrative therapy practice. This is as clear an explanation as you will find (: