Narrative practices have evolved in many ways over the decades in response to changing professional, social and cultural contexts. The founders of the Narrative Therapy approach, the late Michael White and David Epston, gave voice to the hope and intention that we would continue to try out different modes of inquiry, come up with new practices, and integrate these cherished ways of being with people that fit with our own local experiences and socio-political contexts.
This course explores integration that resonates both practically and philosophically, and that supports the social construction of identities and the politics of experience, while escaping recruitment into interiority ideas and binaries of body/mind, inside/outside, thinking/feeling and resources/deficits.
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Building Dialogue/Creating Bridges
While the course is structured around self-paced lessons, we’ve built in a number of opportunities for interaction.Each lesson ends with an exercise and questions to ponder. We strongly recommend taking the course in partnership with others: find a study-buddy, and/or create a local small group. If you register when the course initially becomes available, you can participate in webinars. If you’ve ever participated in Reauthoring Teaching’s Collab Salon, you know how fun a video webinar can be.