Bringing Narrative Practices to Psychopharmacology— SuEllen Hamkins

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Bringing Narrative Practices to Psychopharmacology— SuEllen Hamkins

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This paper considers how narrative therapy practices can be brought to the field of psychopharmacology. Specifically, the paper explores how clients’ evaluations of medicine – including negative and positive effects, as well as their preferences for its use – can be brought more to the centre of medicine consultation. The various discourses that surround pharmacology during practice are also considered, including how to proceed when these discourses are in conflict. A discussion of the relevant issues in theory and practice is complemented by two examples from the author’s practice.

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