Thank you Maggie for joining us for our April Collab session! Maggie presented on the ‘absent but implicit’ as a response to what has been problematic, and scaffolding this as an action. She also shared some thoughts about possible links between the ‘absent but implicit’ pathway and what is happening in the brain when we ask the questions that we do in using this pathway. Our plan was to show a couple of videos from Maggie’s upcoming courses on Rich Story Development; however, we experienced a bit of techno/bandwidth difficulty. I will post the links to these videos below.

Maggie will be back to The Collab Salon in December. We will also find another time for folks signing up for the upcoming courses (we will definitely let you know when they are ready!~).

Absent but Implicit as Action Videos

These videos give a sneak preview of Maggie’s upcoming courses on Rich Story Development. They are part of the lesson in the second course on “The Absent but implicit as action”
Brief Introduction

Julia Illustration (part 1)


Recording of our Collab Salon

For Further Interest

Maggie will offer the first two courses in our Rich Story Development series. So far, we have posted a tentative outline of the first course, An introduction to Rich Story Development. Soon we will post a description of the second course as well. I would say the first course is 85% ready! And the second course is not far behind. It’s really exciting.


Reflections on The Collab Salon

We are still getting to know how to bring out the best in Zoom technology. The best part was dialoguing with Maggie- and each other- around this topic. Really- it’s awesome how this technology makes it possible for people from around the world to come together in real time around a shared topic of interest. We have just begun to explore the possibilities! I’m in the process of confirming our guests for 2015. We also already have two topics suggested by Collab members: Working with Elders/Being Mortal and Narrative & the Body. Remember we welcome any comments and suggestions ( below, in the Conversation Forum or by clicking on contact).