Members: sign up early to reserve your space in this month’s Collab Salon! We always welcome new members – for just a $120 annual membership fee (less for students and people on fixed incomes). Join us the third Sunday of the month @ 5pm New York time. Please check your time zone to know when to join us! Our online gathering lasts somewhere between 1 – 1.5 hours.
- February 17, 2019
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Eminent scholars such as Makungu Akinyela and marcela polanco have written about an anti-colonial approach to narrative therapy. Join Travis Heath as he presents: "While this philosophy has traveled with me for some time, I wasn't certain how it was actually translating to practice. This was a rather distressful discovery for me. What good was a spirit that ran along side my practice but wasn’t making its way into the work? Over the last several months I have been spending much time trying to cultivate anti-colonial narrative questions. I will share my initial attempts at an anti-colonial narrative practice by showing questions within practice stories."
How do I participate?
The Collab Salon is a monthly webinar when online faculty and members from around the world meet together informally in real time. All Collab Salon members are welcome to participate in this gathering from the comfort of their own living room! This Collab Salon “meeting on a cloud” always occurs on the 3rd Sunday of the month at 5 pm (New York time).
Members, after reviewing This Month’s Salon, please sign up so we will reserve you a spot. If you aren’t able to participate in the live session, members can also review – and add reflections/questions to – the archived materials in our Past Salons.