Narrative Practices Around the World: Intercultural Considerations

Narrative ideas and practices that began in Australia and New Zealand have now spread to many countries throughout the Americas, Canada, Europe, Asia, and Africa. What are some of the innovations emerging as practitioners apply narrative therapy to different culture, context and meanings? What kinds of questions do people in different cultures voice as they step into their cultural identities, and strive to make narrative therapy into their own?

Narrative Practices Around the World: Inter-cultural Considerations

Tuning Team

Jehanzeb Baldiwala (Mumbai/Bombay India); Elena Baskina (Moscow & New York),  Pierre Blanc-Sahnoun (Coordinator: Bordeaux, France); Charlie Charlie Crettenand  (Sion, Switzerland); Amy Druker (Toronto, Canada); Michael Giancola (San Diego, USA); Sumie Ishikawa (Kitakyushu,Japan); Ada Kot (Hong Kong); Charley Lang (Los Angeles, USA); marcela polanco (Bogotá, Columbia & San Diego USA); Peggy Sax (Middlebury Vermont USA); Maria/Masha Tiunova (Moscow, Russia), Kitty Thatcher (Australia/Chile); Akansha Vaswani (Bombay, India & Boston USA); Larry Zucker (Los Angeles)

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