Friends of JST INSTITUTE
Around the corner and around the world
Windz Institute is operated by Karen Young and is a home for brief and narrative therapy training, consultation and supervision. We offer introductory, intermediate and advanced education in narrative ideas and practices that fit within brief or longer-term service environments. At Windz Institute, we teach innovations in the use of 'brief narrative practices' for walk-in therapy and single sessions and publish regarding these ideas.
Jill Freedman and Gene Combs
Consultation and training in narrative practices for individuals, families, institutions, and communities.
Evanston Family Therapy Centre
Training and online resources in narrative therapy and narrative collective practices.
Maggie Carey, Shona Russell, Rob Hall, Lisa Johnson, Terry Gallahan
Provides counseling services to the community, and training workshops on a range of topics relevant to work with individuals, couples, families, groups and communities.
David Epston, Jennifer Freeman. Dean Lobovitz
Narrative therapy, training and an online community, resource and an archive of Narrative Therapy conversations, ideas, inspiration, papers, art-work, poetry, stories, scholarship, and solidarity. It is also home to the Archive of Resistance, a lifesaving armoury of words – in the battle for the sovereignty of mind, body and spirit.
Tod Augusta-Scott, Marilee Burwash-Brennan, Leland Maerz, Ruth Mitchell, Stephanie Wells
Narrative therapy counseling, training, supervision and research in addressing domestic violence and abuse
The Glebe Institute specializes in collaborative, strength-based and mindfulness approaches to therapy, training, supervision, community work and workplace consultation.
NTI – Narrative Therapy Initiative
Stephen Gaddis, Elizabeth Cochran, Darcy Surette,
The Narrative Therapy Initiative is aligned with the principle that meaning making through stories shapes lives, relationships, and communities. Our mission supports this narrative worldview and associated considerations of power in all relational and helping contexts.
The Taos Institute
Creating promising futures through social construction.
Harelene Anderson . Kenneth Gergen . Sheila MacNamee