Michael White's 1992 key lecture shows how therapists might consider and bring forth questions that can be introduced during the re-authoring of lives and relationships that encourage people to generate new proposals for action
Michael White discusses a story of trauma and abuse and how narrative ideas shape how he listens to the story being told.
Stephen Madigan is interviewed and asked to outline a few key features of a narrative therapy interview
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)
Michael White discusses how specific narrative questions can be introduced in the re-authoring of lives and relationships
Stephen Madigan discusses a practice of narrative therapy that is primarily concerned with questioning the politics of identity making - of who has the story telling rights to the story being told in therapy.