Narrative Therapy with Children and Their Families

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Dulwich Centre Publications, 2006 - Autobiography - 136 pages
Michael and Alice share stories from their work with children and their families, and the ideas behind this work - including detailed explanations of externalising practices, scaffolding conversations, and ways of inviting others to act as an audience to consultations with children. Just some of questions taken up in this thoughtful and practical book are: When there is conflict between parents and children, how can therapists create a context for collaboration? How can counsellors respond to children who have experienced trauma? When a therapy session is going 'nowhere', what might be helpful to reflect upon? If you work with children, this easy-to-read and rigorous book will be a treasured companion.

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