What I Learned From My Mentor
Across Narrative Generations: What I learned from my mentor is a new community project. With the help of film editor, Etienne Proulx, we created five short Youtube Videos from conversations at Narrative Camp 2019. These videos helped us start a new Youtube Playlist here .Please check out our new page that includes a contribution form to add your own video and audio recordings.
In 2017, we started Emerging Voices as a section of our website. Our hope is to continue to strengthen, promote and illustrate co-learning side-by-side between narrative generations.
October 15, 2023 Collab Salon: Stories Gone Missing: Questions I Wish I’d Been Asked
What are the lost stories as yet untold, for which we’ve never been asked? During an interview or therapeutic conversation,…View Details
June 18, 2023 Collab Salon: Teaching Narrative therapy: Exploring The KRAI Experience
How can we teach Narrative therapy in a way which responds to its philosophy and ethics? How can Narrative therapy…View Details
March 19, 2023 Collab Salon: The Radical-ness of Love, Attunement, and Imagination
This Collab brings forward the research and approaches of SuEllen Hamkins, Lynne Rosen, and Navid Zamani as they consider the…View Details
February 19, 2023 Collab Salon: Supporting Young People Who Are Worried about Climate Change
Today’s young people are some of the most vulnerable to the impacts of climate change. Significant disruptions are predicted as…View Details
December 18, 2022 Collab Salon: The X-Powers Project: Calling up super-powers and wonderment, to subvert seemingly stuck stories
This Salon showcases highlights from our shared passion project of several years: the scouring for and nurturance of those unique…View Details
November 20, 2022 Collab Salon: Improv Narrative: Saying “yes, and” in narrative therapy and social work across the globe
The principles of improv theater (making your partner look and feel good, counting on chaos and uncertainty, showing up for…View Details
October 16, 2022: A Response to The Hegemony of Standard English: Storying lives bilingually across languages
We are advocates for justice in language rights. Through our explorations of bilingualism we address the hegemony of standard English.…View Details
June 19th, 2022: Centering Diversity and Identity in Narrative Practices: The BIPOC Community
In July 2020, the BIPOC narrative community was launched with the intention of providing narrative practitioners of color a supportive…View Details
April 17, 2022 Collab Salon: Letter as Threshold: Inhabiting Metaphor in Narrative Letter Writing Practices
We live through the narrative metaphor, yet many of us as Narrative Therapists find ourselves lost when invitations to metaphor…View Details
March 20, 2022 Collab Salon: Co-sparking Conversations Across Narrative Generations
How can we develop working relationships across narrative generations to become mentors to each other? What are some of the…View Details
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