Caspersen Training Center provides a narrative therapy framework for therapists and others in caregiving professions to help their clients explore their life and values. Through workshops, their certificate program and advanced practice groups, practitioners learn to engage and empower individuals to take charge of their personal journeys. Their workshops are offered on-site and via their online, interactive global classroom. Check them out at: https://www.caspersentrainingcenter.com/
Kenwood Center Video Workshops on Demand is the first attempt to make Kenwood Center workshops available worldwide. To order videos visit: https://www.kenwoodcenter.org/workshops/Videos.html
Have a look at this section of the Dulwich Centre website which is dedicated to providing information about the evidence-base for narrative practices: https://dulwichcentre.com.au/narrative-therapy-research/
The Narrative Approaches website houses a growing archive of academic articles, journal papers, dissertations, and scholarship on narrative therapy. Have a look at The Academic Archive at: https://www.narrativeapproaches.com/?page_id=78
The Taos Institute is a rich resource for scholarly articles and publications on social constructionist theory and practice. Check this page out for a list of manuscripts/papers available for you to download: https://www.taosinstitute.net/manuscripts-for-downloading And here's a page dedicated to dissertations/theses based upon social constructionist ideas: https://www.taosinstitute.net/noteworthy-dissertations
The Taos Institute website posted this very interesting short video: We live in a complex and continuously changing world, which requires us and the organizations we work in to change along with it. But change is hard, and most of us aren't very good at it. This short video introduces a different approach to change with an unexpected example: Charlie, a theater director. One of the creators of this video is Karen Dawson [...]
July 14, 2014 Hey, here is something really exciting. Vicki Dickerson put together two virtual issues on narrative therapy from Family Process. They are now available on the Wiley Online site. The link is here. They are downloadable for free for at least the next 30 days. Please distribute to whomever you think might benefit from this. They are jewels!
by Walter Bera Recommended by Peggy Sax. The description on Amazon reads: "This work provides a template of how to conduct and implement Narrative ideas in an organized, visual fashion that is beneficial for both client and counselor. The publication now includes a laminated pull out for ease of use." Click here to order through Amazon. Reviewed by Italo Latorre Gentoso: I read it, and I like it. Is a proposal to use narrative conversation and [...]
“The online medium has opened up vast new possibilities for sharing and learning that could be adapted by nearly any teacher, in almost any topic, but seem to be particularly suited for teaching narrative and other post-modern therapies. In fact, when I introduced the online aspect to my teaching, the interactive website became “the tail that wagged the dog.” Rather than just being an interesting and somewhat useful adjunct, it has opened up entire new [...]
Dilbert is an American comic strip known for its satirical office humor about a white-collar, micromanaged office. Watch this wonderful clip, The Fact.