Narraventures accompanies groups, teams, individuals to help them reconnect with what has meaning and purpose for them, collectively and individually. Based in Paris and Biarritz, France, we offer activities in other parts of Europe such as our resourcing workshop in the Azores in May. We invite you to explore different adventures in the « narrative » mode and , to rediscover and reclaim the «rights of authorship” to your life, to rekindle your curiosity and your excitement your life and where it’s going.
Narrative Approaches is an online community, resource and an archive of Narrative Therapy conversations, ideas, inspiration, papers, art-work, poetry, stories, scholarship, and solidarity. It is also home to the Archive of Resistance, a lifesaving armory of words – fired at anorexia, bulimia, and negative body image in the battle for the sovereignty of mind, body and spirit.
Narrative Counseling Center provides strength-based psychotherapy services in Los Angeles for individuals, families and couples. The center was started by two marriage and family therapists, Lucy Cutter and Charley Lang, who share the belief that people are inherently resourceful and the experts on their own lives.
The Narrative Therapy Initiative exists to contribute to a more socially just world where all people are valued and committed to doing relationship in respectful and accountable ways. We are particularly committed to make professional helping practices more socially just, collaborative, and effective. We currently find a Narrative Worldview offers us an orientation to participate in relationships in ways that best align with our social justice ethics and values. Thus, all NTI initiatives are committed to teaching and living narrative ideas one question at a time.
Narrative Initiatives San Diego (NISD) is a non-profit counseling, training and research center in San Diego, California. We provide collaborative, culturally-competent and affordable mental health services to low-income, uninsured, underserved and marginalized populations. As a training center and mental health organization, founded close to two decades ago, our mission has had three areas of focus:
- To provide access to affordable therapy services to clients of diverse abilities, cultures, genders, religions, sexual orientations, socio-economic levels and documentation statuses
- To provide Narrative Therapy training, supervision and support for marriage and family therapists
- To conduct research to promote and expand upon mental health principles and practices which contribute to individual and community wellbeing, both locally and globally.
Narrative Practices Adelaide is the centre (originally called “Adelaide Narrative Therapy Centre) that Michael White established in Adelaide, South Australia in January 2008, a few months before his sad and untimely death. They have a strong desire to continue with Michael’s aims and intentions in a way that would fit with his sentiment – to create a small, vibrant centre that collaborates with other centres and that acknowledges the rich and varied history of Michael’s work. NPA provides counselling services to the community, and training workshops on a range of topics relevant to work with individuals, couples, families, groups and communities.