The Narrative Therapy Centre, Toronto
The Centre offers trainings and workshops by local and international therapists, as well as providing therapeutic services. It is strongly devoted to building a community around narrative ideas and practices. http://www.narrativetherapycentre.com/index.htm
International Journal of Collaborative Practice
This on-line journal sponsored by the Houston-Galvston Institute is bilingual (English/Spanish) and has articles on collaborative practice across a range of disciplines.
Scott D. Miller
Miller has been an enormously productive writer in the past decade and has contributed much to the growing interest in common factors in therapy, and on a strength-based, collaborative orientation to therapy.
Center for Clinical Excellence
This is another Scott Miller site. Scott has been a very vocal proponent of " practice-based evidence" and common factors research.
Heart and Soul of Change Project
This project stems from the work of Barry Duncan and Scott Miller and the site has a wide range of useful resources.
The Virtual Faculty
Based in the Department of Psychology, Massey University, New Zealand, the Virtual Faculty offers online courses in social constructionism, discourse analysis and more with an international roster of prominent instructors. Dozens of articles available online.
Dulwich Centre Publications
The Dulwich Centre in Adelaide Australia is home base for Michael and Cheryl White and a range of innovative narrative practitioners. This site catalogues their growing list of publications.
The Houston Galveston Institute
Harlene Anderson is the most prominent exponent of the Collaborative Language Systems approach to therapy and a co-founded of HGI. The Institute has a long and rich history and is active in a range of innovative projects.
The Family Institute of Cambridge
At various times key postmodern therapeutic practitioners such as Bill Madsen, Sally Ann Roth and Kathe Weingarten have been associated with this influential East Coast institute.
Discourse and Rhetoric Group, Department of Social Sciences, Loughborough University
The Loughborough group are leading investigators in the area of discourse and conversation analysis.
Jaako Seikulla is engaged in innovative research into collaborative dialogue within mental health settings.
NarrativeApproaches.Com is a website managed by Jennifer Freedman, Dean Lobovits, and David Epston. All three are prominent and well published narrative practitioners. The site offers a wealth of links, writings, news, information, and so on.
The Vancouver School for Narrative Therapy
The Vancouver School for Narrative Therapy provides training in narrative therapy.
The Hincks-Dellcrest Centre—Gail Appel Institute
This Toronto based centre offers a range of training programs in collaborative therapies.
Family Therapy Program, University of Calgary
Karl Tomm heads up this program in Calgary. One of family therapy’s most enduring presences, Karl is a creative theorist and therapist who has played an instrumental role in circulating the work of many influential thinkers and practitioners. The program offers an externship.
Journal of Systemic Therapies
The JST has evolved with changes in the field of family therapy over the years and makes a lot of space for constructivist, social constructionist, collaborative practices.
Based in South Africa, this journal keeps its eye out for innovative new practices.
East Side Institute for Short Term Psychotherapy
Lois Holzman and Fred Newman head up this well established, New York based organization that grew out projects targeted at the city’s marginalized. Lois and Fred are highly innovative theorists and the Institute is ongoingly involved in new explorations in social therapy while building on its wide community base.
Ken Gergen has been writing about social constructionism since long before the term was coined in the 1980’s. He is the arguably the premiere exponent of this philosophy and combines rigorous scholarship with a forward-looking gaze that continues to uncover new ideas and practices.
Sheila McNamee has been an important voice in social constructionism for many years and continues to explore the possibilities of collaborative dialogue.
Southern California Counseling Centre
The Centre offers innovative training in postmdoern approaches to family therapy.
Grupo Campos Eliseos
GCE is a family therapy agency based in Mexico City show members have varied and extensive background in a variety of approaches to collaborative family work.