Are you teaching at an academic institution? Are you looking for others who are teaching or researching narrative practice? Are you in search of narrative teaching materials?
Our Partners, Workshop Presenters, and Narrative Online Faculty are working together to build a supportive network and narrative practice resource library available to higher education institutions.

Our Shared Vision

After eight years of preparation, we are now equipped to:

  1. Create courses for academic programs. In collaboration with The Taos Institute, we’ve created a 13 week (full semester) course called Honoring our Legacy (see below).
  2. Offer an of our current courses (Narrative Therapy: Foundations & Key Concepts, Queer Counseling & Narrative Practice, An Introduction to Rich Story Development)  to university and graduate programs. Currently, several professors and students are finding ways to pilot courses as independent study.
  3. Adapt any of the lessons in our online courses into learning modules to augment existing courses.
  4. Become a clearinghouse for faculty to find relevant videos, online presentations and other online resources to augment your courses.
  5. Develop a network of narrative teachers to exchange ideas, resources and contacts for teaching and research.

We need your help to make this vision come true of together “creating a collaboratory.” Please contact us here if you wish to join us in this venture!

 

Narrative Educators Camp

“Narrative Educators Camp” will take place on Lake Champlain in Charlotte, Vermont from Saturday, June 17 to Tuesday, June 20, 2017. Twenty-eight colleagues engaged in higher education and post graduate training in narrative therapy will share innovative pedagogies in the classroom and online. This gathering builds on – and extends- Re-authoring Teaching’s annual Narrative Camp. Please check out The Reauthoring Teaching Facebook page and Youtube channel to get a sense of the generativity emerging from such gatherings. 
Topics include: 

        • Honoring Michael White’s Legacy: Walter Bera  + Video
        • The Early Years/hopes for future of NT – Gaye Stockell, Gerald Monk, Gene Combs
        • Teaching Foundational Counseling Skills: SuEllen Hamkins, Arthur Sanchez and David Paré
        • Honoring multi-cultural counseling and indigenous practices: Danielle Drake (African American); Arthur Sanchez (Latino); Jehanzeb Baldiwala (Indian/Asian); David Epston, Wiremu NiaNia & Allister Bush (Maori/Collaborative & Indigenous Mental Health Therapy)
        • Narrative Therapy and The Affective Turn – Gerald Monk
        • Translating Narrative Therapy: Sumie Ishikawa, Jung Eun, Sun Hae, Carlos Chimpén, marcela polanco and David Epston
        • Podcasts and Multi-media: Chris Hoff, Will Sherwin, and Peggy Sax
        • Reauthoring Teaching: Creating a collaboratory: Charley Lang, Peggy Sax, and Larry Zucker
        • Insider Witness Practices: David Epston and Thomas Carlson
        • Exemplary tales as pedagogy: Tom Carlson, David Epston, Travis Heath, Kay Ingamells, and Sasha Pilkington
        • Apprenticeship training for the artistry of Narrative Therapy: Tom Carlson, David Epston, and Kay Ingamells,

        Watch this site as together we further develop our teaching materials and strengthen network of Narrative Therapy teachers.