Narrative Therapy originated in New Zealand and Australia where the original inhabitants have a profound sense of place and connection to their land. In the following brief video clips Maggie Carey describes several key concepts in rich story development: the metaphors of story and landscape; stepping out of the problem story; and practices of inquiry and listening. For further interest, check out the online course, An introduction to Rich Story Development.
Maggie Carey offers a spatial description of the work of narrative therapy to help clients step out of the confined space of the problem story into a new territory of preferred, re-authored stories. In the online course: An Introduction to Rich Story Development
Narrative practice pays close attention not only to a given problem, but to what stands outside of the problem. In this brief recording, Maggie Carey describes how practitioners develop skills in both question-asking and listening practices.