Reauthoring Teaching is a global learning community of narrative therapy practitioners, teachers and enthusiasts from around the world. Our name is a twist on “reauthoring conversations,” otherwise associated with narrative therapy. We began in 2008, shortly after Michael White’s death, with the vision of creating opportunities for the community to continue learning from and sharing knowledge with another. What began as an online study group (The Narrative Practice & Collaborative Inquiry Study Group) has evolved into a blend of online and in-person offerings:
- What is Re-authoring Teaching, Inc.?
- What is narrative therapy?
- Who are the co-founders, Michael White and David Epston?
- What is The Collab and The Collab Salon?
- Vermont Workshops in two beautiful Vermont locations
- Online courses and webinars
- Continuing Education Credit
- A Resource Library
- Global Commitments
- Higher Education Resources
Come take a tour by clicking here:
Note: The video will take up the whole screen if you click on the “Full screen icon” on righthand side of the play bar
An Interactive Approach
In a recent workshop, Maggie Carey (Narrative Practices Adelaide) describes our interactive approach that brings together online learning and Vermont workshops.
We would also like to thank all of our colleagues and friends who helped build this learning community:
Members of The Collab; computer consultants Martin Howells and Tom Nickel who put many hours into earlier drafts; Narrative Practices Adelaide: Shona Russell, Maggie Carey, Rob Hall, Lisa Johnson for their ongoing support, and efforts in developing the Rich Story Development Learning Series. David Epston, Kay Ingamells and Sarah Brodsky for developing The Where the Buses Don’t Run Yet Online Series. Charley Lang, Larry Zucker, SuEllen Hamkins – and all the additional narrative teachers collaborating on the development of our Narrative in Action online study courses. Charlotte Crettenand (French), Martha Lopez-Hill, Ítalo Latorre Gentoso, Carolina Letelier Astorga and marcela polenco (Spanish), Heidrun Schulze and Madeleine Kamper (German) and Regina Jardim (Portuguese) – who not only help us with translation projects, but keep us aligned with our global commitments; William Lax, Dean of Union University & Institute for ensuring continuing education credit for our courses. Finally we offer a heartfelt special appreciation to Sarah Webster and Caitlyn Cook, our talented New Zealand web-wizards.