Narrative & Strategic Therapies

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  1. Book ImageNeuro-Narrative Therapy: New Possibilities for Emotion-Filled Conversations

    Jeffrey Zimmerman

    Bringing interpersonal neurobiology and narrative therapy together.

  2. Book ImageNarrative Therapy in Wonderland: Connecting with Children's Imaginative Know-How

    David Marsten, David Epston, Laurie Markham

    Recognizing the power of children’s imaginations in narrative therapy.More

  3. Book ImageThe Healing Power of Writing: A Therapist's Guide to Using Journaling With Clients

    Susan Borkin

    The healing benefits of writing can support traditional therapy.More

  4. Book ImageRetelling the Stories of Our Lives: Everyday Narrative Therapy to Draw Inspiration and Transform Experience

    David Denborough

    Powerful ideas from narrative therapy can teach us how to create new life stories and promote change.More

  5. Book ImageNarrative Practice: Continuing the Conversations

    Michael White

    Final thoughts from the now-deceased leader of narrative therapy.More

  6. Book ImageInnovations in Narrative Therapy: Connecting Practice, Training, and Research

    Jim Duvall, Laura Béres

    Presenting a compelling evidence base for narrative therapy.More

  7. Book ImageMaps of Narrative Practice

    Michael White

    Michael White, one of the founders of narrative therapy, is back with his first major publication since the seminal Narrative Means to Therapeutic Ends, which Norton published in 1990.More

  8. Book ImageFrom Violence, Toward Love: One Therapist's Journey

    Marjorie Holiman

    This is the evocative story of one therapist's experiences with violence.

  9. Book ImagePlayful Approaches to Serious Problems: Narrative Therapy with Children and their Families

    David Epston, Jennifer Freeman, Dean Lobovits

    The "grown-up talk" of therapy is likely to turn off children - especially if it focuses on their problematic behavior. The highly effective techniques of narrative therapy include children by respecting their unique language, stories, and views of the world.More

  10. Book ImageIn the Therapist's Mirror: Reality in the Making

    Marilyn Wedge

    Wedge's central argument, presented clearly and illustrated in engaging cases, is that all experience, even the experience of one's own self, is a construction of signs. Symbolic forms such as language, myth, ritual, and drama create and shape our realities and provide useful tools for encouraging therapeutic change.More

  11. Book ImageCreative Aging: A Meaning-Making Perspective

    Mary Baird Carlsen

    "Don't let therapists and counselors keep this unique book to themselves! Every man and woman who feels 'the first cool winds of evening' can take heart from this visionary yet down-to-earth exploration of creative potential in the later years of life. This is a book that can change lives." —Robert Kastenbaum, Ph.D. Editor-in-Chief, The Encyclopedia of Adult DevelopmentMore

  12. Book ImageNarrative Therapy: The Social Construction of Preferred Realities

    Gene Combs, Jill Freedman

    For psychotherapy students, teachers, and practitioners, this book describes the clinical application of the growing body of ideas and practices that has come to be known as narrative therapy. Clear and compelling demonstrations of narrative therapy practice, rich in case examples and creative strategies, are at the heart of this book.More

  13. Book ImageDoing Contextual Therapy: An Integrated Model for Working with Individuals, Couples, and Families

    Peter Goldenthal

    This book explains this deeply ethical approach of contextual therapy in practical terms and demonstrates its practice in extensive cases.More

  14. Book ImageBack to Reality: A Critique of Postmodern Theory in Psychotherapy

    Barbara S. Held

    The author critiques postmodern/narrative theory, with its underlying antirealist/constructivist philosophy that the knower makes rather than discovers reality. As an alternative, she introduces readers to the integrative/eclective therapy movement and proposes "modest realism."More

  15. Book ImageTelling Without Talking: Art as a Window into the World of Multiple Personality

    Barry M. Cohen, Carol Thayer Cox

    This extensively illustrated book shows how abused individuals simultaneously express and camouflage dissociated and repressed information in drawings.More

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