Narrative Therapy Resources

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Narrative therapy requires a cultural shift.

This list is for practicing therapists or therapy students. Sign up to this email list to receive a list of links to narrative therapy videos that other narrative therapists have posted online. Looking online for quality Narrative Therapy material can be difficult. I can save you time figuring out what videos are worth watching. In addition, you will receive invitations to my training’s, workshops and lectures in the Asheville / Black Mountain, North Carolina area. Once a year, you will get an update on my Narrative Therapy practice in North Carolina.

I believe that Narrative Therapy practices can help many mental health professionals have longer, more interesting careers. The number one reason people leave the field of helping others is vicarious trauma. Narrative Therapists don’t get vicarious trauma. In narrative therapy, we don’t meet any people who are living out horror stories – only courageous people who have lived their past under terrible circumstances.

Post-structuralists speak of a suspicion of concise definitions. As a narrative therapist, I have a playful suspicion of any concise definitions or totalizing discourses that wander into my sessions. I believe that this suspicion of concise definitions protects both the therapists and the people we see in our sessions. We live in a world that is filled with assumptions, discourses, and stories that do not serve the people who carry them. I invite you to embark on this journey with me into a creative questioning of the stories of our lives by signing up to this email list.

Stay in connection!

Eric Wolf, LCSW

Bridge on a sunny day. to Narrative Therapy
Every journey begins with a single step…