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  •  January 17, 2016
     5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

In December, 2015, Linda Moxley opened a conversation about Recuperating Michael White and recuriositizing narrative therapy. Having graciously shared her meticulous  notes from two of Michael White’s workshops (1991; 2007), Linda notes movingly evoked Michael’s voice,  rescued the said from the saying, and captured some of his intentions and innovative thinking. She guided us to particularly pay attention to themes, shifts in language and zig-zagging. Now, our January Collab Salon continued this conversation with a focus on bringing Michael’s inspiration forward into the future.

As featured presenters, Sarah Hughes and Linda Moxley began the conversation by sharing some of their own thoughts as to where Michael might have gone if he had the chance.  Others then joined in to share their ideas about where narrative therapy might go now with a particular intrigue regarding narrative and the performative turn.

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