Article: Jonny Morris & Jennifer White (Canada): Re-Thinking Ethics and Politics in Suicide Prevention

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Jonny JenniferVictoria BC narrative therapists Jennifer White and Jonny Morris have written and researched youth suicide through the lens of post-structuralism for many years. Enjoy reading their narrative therapy understandings on the topic of Re-Thinking Ethics and Politics in Suicide Prevention.


Jonny Morris


Over the past few years, Jonny has used post structural and narrative ideas in his up-close analysis of youth suicide. Through a collision of social artistry, narrative interviews, and outsider witness teams, Jonny has worked with peers/insiders, service providers, and policy makers to re-imagine possibilities for change in policy and practice. Jonny is interested in…

Jennifer White


Jennifer is Associate Professor and Director, School of Child and Youth Care at the University of Victoria. Jennifer has worked in the human services sector for over two decades and she has practiced in the field of youth suicide prevention since 1988. Jennifer is interested in studying contemporary discourses of youth suicide prevention. Through critically…


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