Brief narrative practice at the walk-in clinic: The rise of the counterstory— Scot Cooper

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Brief narrative practice at the walk-in clinic: The rise of the counterstory— Scot Cooper

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This paper describes the development of counterstories in brief narrative single session therapy. Counterstories, being a specific kind of story, involve the juxtaposition of counter plot to the problem plot and set out to rehabilitate a compromised identity. Although in the time constrained context of therapeutic walk-in clinic conversations counter stories are vulnerable to eclipse by the problem narrative there are ways to inoculate it and assist it to further thicken well after the initial face to face contact.

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