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The Narrative Practitioner

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 208
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Practice Theory in Context

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18 July 2014

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04 July 2014

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This book provides a guide to narrative theory and practice; a form of therapy which views people as the experts on their own lives. Rooted in the ideas of Michael White and David Epston from the famous Dulwich Centre, it...

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This book provides a guide to narrative theory and practice; a form of therapy which views people as the experts on their own lives. Rooted in the ideas of Michael White and David Epston from the famous Dulwich Centre, it offers a rich source of thinking and techniques for counsellors, psychotherapists, social workers and others working in the people professions. Based on the author's teaching, practice and research experience, this book provides a bridge between theory and the basic principles and methods of narrative therapy. The book assists the reader in implementing the key ideas and techniques into everyday practice contexts, with the support of real-life case studies and conversation maps. Uniquely, it covers important subjects such as ethics and values, supervision and self-care.

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Pitched to support students and practitioners who are new to the ideas, but with enough that is original to appeal to and stimulate practitioners who are already familiar with the basic tools and ideas
Cross-professional appeal, maximising sales interest
Narrative therapy can sometimes seem only for 'the superintellectual and ultraclever' - this book unpacks the theory with care and insight but also shows clearly how to apply it to practice in realworld environments that the reader will relate to

1. An Introduction to Narrative Practice
2. The Conversational Maps
3. Exploring What has been Implied
4. Moving Between the Conversational Maps
5. A Narrative Approach to Agency Practice
6. Critical Reflection as Inquiry
7. Spirituality and Narrative Therapy
8. Notes on Self Care.

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LAURA BERES is Associate Professor at the School of Social Work, King's University College at the University of Western Ontario. She trained at the Dulwich Centre in Australia while Michael White was still affiliated to the centre. is co-author with Jim Duvall of Innovations in Narrative Therapy: Connecting Practice, Training and Research (Norton 2011), based on a qualitative research project in a training and practice setting.

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LAURA BERES is Associate Professor at the School of Social Work, King's University College at the University of Western Ontario. She trained at the Dulwich Centre in Australia while Michael White was still affiliated to the centre. is co-author with Jim Duvall of Innovations in Narrative Therapy: Connecting Practice, Training and Research (Norton 2011), based on a qualitative research project in a training and practice setting.

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