resource library

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Our Resource Library is where we store our learning materials. This is where to come whenever you are looking for an article, video, audio,  or website links. Some materials have free access while others are restricted to participants in a particular course or training program. Looking for something in particular?

Re-authoring Teaching draws from the many excellent open source learning materials now available online. We take seriously copyright permission for published journal articles and book chapters. Whenever possible (always with permission), we post authors’ manuscripts; at other times we simply give a citation and instructions for how participants can access their own copies.

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The Collab

collab globe text small banner dark squareThe Collab is a place where members can share discoveries, inquire into new learnings and seek to make connections with people doing similar work in other parts of the world. “Inspiration & Provocation” is a place where members can share – and review- favorite art, articles, books, movies, music,  videos, poems and speeches, radio podcasts, and websites. Collab members click here.



 Narrative Online Courses

certificateFoundations & Key Concepts is our first online course. Soon we will offer other courses organized into three learning series: Rich Story Development, Where the Buses Don’t run Yet, and Narrative in Action. Registrants for each course can access the associated learning materials through the Resource Library. For example, participants in Foundations & Key Concepts can click here to find the resources.


Training Programs & Local Study Groups



Ummeed Mental Health Training Program

Sometimes a group decides to join The Collab together as a way to further extend their learnings in the company of others. Our Resource library now makes it easy for such a group to request a resource list where they can easily find the written materials, and multi-media featured  in their program. In addition, participants can easily access resources in Narrative Therapy: Foundations & Key Concepts and then join in the conversation on the Collab’s Conversation Forum. Narrative Practices Adelaide is our first training programme to try out our new features!Click here to see how Narrative Practices Adelaide integrates Re-authoring Teaching Online Learning into its Certificate Programme.


Higher Education- Coming Soon!

UI-01-060514-175.jpgWe are in the process of developing a centralized place where narrative teachers and researchers can find each other, and to share teaching resources. “Honoring our Legacy” is our first higher education project – a 12 week course, created in partnership with The Taos Institute. We also envision offering teaching modules in narrative therapy – easy ways to teach foundations and key concepts as well as interviewing practices. Are you teaching family therapy in a university or graduate program?  Are you in search of others with whom to share your narrative research – or a graduate student in search of a research project?  If so, please contact us here.[divider_flat]