(Before responding, please listen to the brief radio interview with Jill Freedman in the aftermath of the tragic Sandyhook School shooting in Connecticut in December, 2012.


In this brief radio interview, Jill Freedman does a remarkable job showing how narratively-oriented questions can contribute to the public dialogue. What stood out to you about Jill’s questions? Did you notice anything different about Jill’s narratively oriented questions from other approaches to trauma recovery? How do you think narrative approaches might add to public dialogues like this? Ia there anything else that comes to mind about narrative practices after listening to this short audio recording?