Following are resources that build on our deep respect for Narrative Therapy  while creating spaces for an interplay with other treasured approaches. Click on the icons below to find that type of resource on this topic: Honoring narrative roots while bringing together EMDR, somatic-oriented therapies, mindfulness practices and the storylines of our lives. 
Maggie Carey
Maggie Carey
Jennifer Freeman, MFT
Jennifer Freeman, MFT
SuEllen Hamkins, MD
SuEllen Hamkins, MD
Lynne V. Rosen, LCSW
David Paré, Ph.D
Lynne V. Rosen, LCSW
Ian Percy, Ph.D.
Lynne V. Rosen, LCSW
Lynne V. Rosen, LCSW
Tales of Integration- Lynne Rosen & Larry Zucker
Tales of Integration- Lynne Rosen & Larry Zucker
 Narrative and Mindfulness Practice - David Paré & Ian Percy
Narrative & Mindfulness Practice – David Paré & Ian Percy
Honoring histories and creating spaces for emerging practices: December 2016 Collab Salon
Honoring histories and creating spaces for emerging practices: Jenny Freeman, Ian Percy & Lynne Rosen
What does resonance mean in narrative practice?
Resonance through linking
Gleanings from neuroscience
Grappling with Philosophical Congruence
Bridging Neurobiology, the body and Narrative Practice
Integrating Narrative Practice-EMDR

Faculty_Circle_Lynn_RosenThe Em-bodying Conversations Consultation Group with Lynne Rosen is for people who are exploring how to integrate EMDRand somatic-oriented practices with a Narrative Approach both philosophically and practically. Through didactic material and sharing tales of our work with those who consult us, we will examine different kinds of inquiries and discover new openings for building scaffolding, leading to the construction of new metaphors, associations, meaning-making and possibilities for agency.

Lynne-David-IanExtending the histories of Narrative Practice: Creating Spaces for Emerging approaches with Lynne Rosen, David Paré & Ian Percy: June 12-13, 2017. This two-day workshop builds on our deep respect for the evolution of Narrative Therapy  while creating spaces for an interplay with other treasured approaches. Please join Lynne, David and Ian as they honor their narrative roots while bringing together EMDR, somatic-oriented therapies, mindfulness practices and the storylines of our lives. 

Rich Story Development
Neurobiology, The Body & Narrative Practice: Online course now in development.  Neurobiology & Story Development (lesson with Maggie Carey) will focus on listening for resonance, making links, and neurobiology.