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There has been a considerable variety of ways in which practitioners around the world have taken up the narrative metaphor. The websites below are listed by different countries and include the narrative work of various organizations and individuals:

 

 

 

 

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CANADA

Bridges (Nova Scotia): www.bridgesinstitute.org  BRIDGES is a domestic violence counselling, research and training institute offering a narrative therapy training series.  Also offers a bibliography of recommended readings for Conversations with men about using abuse.  Tod Augusta-Scott is based at Bridges.

             Brief Narrative Practices Project www.briefnarrative.com This project and virtual venue is offered by Scot Cooper who invites a focus on the exploration and further development of narrative therapy practices in time constrained contexts. 

Centre de psychotherapie strategique (Montreal, Quebec) www.psychostrategique.com offering narrative workshops in French.  This center was founded in 1993 by André Gregoire and Josee Lamarre.

The Collaborative Community Practice Group in Ottawa: is a collective of twelve narratively-oriented counsellors in Ottawa, Canada interested in connecting with like-minded local and area practitioners. To learn more about the group, look for a link on the Glebe Institute website at www.glebeinstitute.com or send an email to collaborate@glebeinstitute.com

Collaborative Therapy Associates (CTA) in Toronto: www.collaborativetherapy.com Our friends at CTA offer Individual, Family and Couples Psychotherapy; Narrative therapy training workshops and supervision.

The Narrative Project (Western Canada) is committed to providing narrative training, consultation and therapy in western Canada. Brief therapy services are provided oriented toward assisting people to achieve more preferred directions in their lives. Workshop and training information is available at: www.thenarrativeproject.ca

Vikki Reynolds (British Columbia) www.vikkireynolds.ca provides consultation, instruction and supervision from a narrative-informed perspective.  She has a deep commitment to social justice and her work is based on an anti-oppressive framework.  She plays a leading role in building communities in a spirit of solidarity.  Visit her website for writings and workshop info.

Winnipeg Narrative Therapy: www.winnipegnarrativetherapy.com offers narrative workshops and a Narrative Practice Group in Winnipeg Canada.

USA

Center for Narrative Practice (New York): www.centerfornarrativepractice.com  A family therapy and training facility run by Jodi Aman LCSW-R which aims to advance the practice of narrative approaches to therapeutic conversations within the community of Rochester, New York.

The Drama Therapy Institute: www.dramatherapyinstitutela.com  Narrative approaches with drama therapy.

Family-Centerd Services Project (Massachusetts):                                www.family-centeredservices.org  The Family-Centered Services Project (with founder and director William Madsen) is a training and consultation project that utilizes narrative ideas to help public agencies develop institutional practices and organizational cultures that support more respectful and responsive ways of serving youth and families. 

Casperson Training Center (Minneapolis) www.caspersonstrainingcenter.com Caspersen Training Center (with director John Stillman) provides training that supports the lives and work of therapists and the people they serve.  Narrative principles guide the work of the center, and training focuses on respect for people and their knowledge, and supports these principles through guided conversation.

 

        Narrative Therapy Center (Mid-Atlantic States) www.narrativetherapycenter.com The Narrative Therapy Centre of the Mid-Atlantic was created to provide more resources for psychotherapists and others who wish to learn more and improve their narrative therapy skills.

Re-authoring Teaching: Creating a Collaboratory www.reauthoringteaching.com The book, Re-authoring Teaching: Creating a Collaboratory (authored by Peggy Sax), and companion website show how teachers, lifelong students and practitioners can take advantage of the online medium to consult with each other, bring multiple voices into teaching, and learn about life experiences from people who seek our services.

Victoria Dickerson: www.victoriadickerson.com describes the work and writing of Dr. Victoria Dickerson. It also showcases her book: Breaking the Rules: Deciding Who You Are--In Your Own Time and on Your Own Terms.

FRANCE

La Fabrique Narratives http://www.cooprh.com/fabrique-narrative

Pratiques Narratives www.pratiquesnarratives.com A French website+blog from Paris, France. 

AUSTRALIA

Charing Cross Narrative Therapy  www.charingcrossnarrativetherapy.com Charing Cross Narrative Therapy (operated by David Newman) offers counseling for children, young people, families and couples and training and supervision in a narrative approach.

Clifton Centre www.cliftoncentre.com Clifton Centre with Mark Gordon and Mercedes Martinez Cruz is an independent counseling, supervision and training centre in Melbourne.

Narrative Practices Adelaide:  www.narrativepractices.com.au  Narrative Practices Adelaide is a an independent centre for therapy, consultation, training and supervision in South Australia.  The associates at the centre are Maggie Carey, Rob Hall and Shona Russell.

ADDITIONAL NARRATIVE RESOURCES

Masterswork Videos:  www.masterswork.com offers online purchasing of narrative videos including tapes of therapists such as Michael White, David Epston and Jill Freedman and Gene Combs.

Narrative Psychology:  http://web.lemoyne.edu/~hevern/narpsych.html  an internet and resource guide which includes biographical and theoritacal information on Theorists and Key Figures in narrative such as Michel Foucault, Gregory Bateson,  and Kenneth Gergen.

Narrative Space: www.narrativespace.com  This website provides a good introduction to narrative therapy, including a breakdown of terminology and concepts.

Storygrounds: www.storygrounds.com An internet meeting place for the narrative world.

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