What makes a good question? What guides inquiry in narrative therapy? What are some narrative lines of inquiry? What are some of David’s illustrious contributions to Playful Approaches, Anti-anorexia/Anti-bulimia, Alternative sources of bravery, and Insider Witness Practices? Following are faculty and resources inspired by David Epston, co-founder of Narrative Therapy.
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David Epston is the co-originator with Michael White of what has come to be known as ‘narrative therapy and community work’. The collaboration between David and Michael began in the late 1970s, as continued for many years…
Remembering Michael White
David collaborated with Michael White for more than 25 years. He gave the speech Remembering Michael White at The Family Therapy Centre in Auckland, New Zealand on 23 May, 2008.
From Craft to Art: Apprenticeship in the Artistry of Narrative Practice, March 2017 Collab Salon with Kay Ingamells & Tom Carlson
Narrative Therapy in Wonderland: Book launch with David Marsten & Laurie Markham April, 2016 Collab Salon
Case Studies: Writing, Mapping & Learning Narrative Practice, November 2015 Collab Salon with David Epston, Kay Ingamells & Tom Carlson
Narrative Therapy in Wonderland: Connecting with Children’s Imaginative Know-How. David Marsten, David Epston & Laurie Markham. Book description.
Barcelona Keynote: The European/Spanish Narrative Therapy Conference, July, 2016 – David Epston.
This isn’t Adelaide of Auckland! Re-imagining Narrative Therapy Elsewhere – David Epston keynote, Room Full of Stories, Mumbai, India, October, 2016.
Narrative Therapy: Foundations & Key Concepts (FKC) Lesson 1, What is Narrative Therapy? Topic D: Honoring David Epston’s Legacy
Escaping Blame: Helping Couples Develop Account-ability with Larry Zucker: Lesson 2: Influencing the conversation/topic d: Eliciting Hidden Empathy. Internalized other questions with couples: The New Zealand version.