Kanna’s Lucid Dreams and the Use of Narrative Practices to Explore Their Meaning— Milan Colic

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Kanna’s Lucid Dreams and the Use of Narrative Practices to Explore Their Meaning— Milan Colic

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This paper presents how the lucid dreaming of a young woman, Kanna, was unpacked in line with the ideas and practices that underlie narrative therapy. It outlines how Kanna’s dream was rendered into a metaphor in order to story events and experiences in her life, culminating in the selection of a new support ‘Team’, and changing what she had come to know as distressing nightmares into ‘lucid dreaming’, in which she was authorised to shape the stories that she now could tell herself in both her sleep and her waking life.

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