Narrative Approaches for a Domestic Abuse Hotline by Ryo Lumsden

This Friday Afternoon Video explores how narrative approaches — externalising, unique-outcome, re-membering and re-authoring conversations — can be used for a domestic abuse hotline to assist clients in deconstructing their dominant stories and get in touch with their personal agency. Examples are drawn from experiences in Japan and highlight certain aspects of Japanese culture. However, the focus is on the applicability of narrative techniques to counseling in a single telephone conversation.
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