Creating different versions of life: Talking about problems with children and their parents— Geir Lundby

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Creating different versions of life: Talking about problems with children and their parents— Geir Lundby

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When working with families, many parents have told us that externalizing the problem is the single most important thing they experienced in our work together. This paper describes how externalizing conversations and double-story development can assist children and their parents talk about problems and create different versions of life. Examples from narrative family therapy conversations with two Norwegian families are included.

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