(Before responding to this question, please be sure to read the brief 1999 interview with Kaethe Weingarten conducted by Vicki Dickerson that gives an excellent brief overview of the history of narrative therapy, and of the distinctions from other models of family therapy. Click here to review the interview.)
After reading this article, what contribution does this interview offer to your understandings of narrative therapy? What stands out to you about the history of narrative therapy, and distinctions from other approaches to family therapy? For anyone who have been in the field of family therapy for a long time, how does this interview jibe with your own living history?