David Denborough

David Denborough works as a community practitioner, teacher and songwriter at Dulwich Centre and co-ordinates the master of narrative therapy and community work at the University of Melbourne.

His books include Unsettling Australian Histories: Letters to ancestry from a great-great-grandson (2020), Collective narrative practice: Responding to Individuals, Groups, and Communities Who Have Experienced Trauma (2008), Retelling the Stories of Our Lives: Everyday Narrative Therapy to Draw Inspiration and Transform Experience (2014) and Beyond the Prison: Gathering dreams of freedom (1996).


Writing back

MemoirSIR SAMUEL GRIFFITH was my great-great grandfather. He was one of the ‘founding fathers’ of Australian Federation, a premier of Queensland, the first Chief Justice of Australia and intimately involved in drafting the Australian Constitution. This literary journal bears...

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