Letter Writing: Possibilities and Practice— Susan Stevens

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This article revisits the use of therapeutic letter writing in narrative therapy contexts. The purposes, types, and content of letters are explored, with examples given of various letters written in different therapeutic contexts. The article discusses how letters can support the various maps of narrative practice, as well as workplace and professional development considerations, such as time pressures and funding considerations, as well as how letterwriting can support learning various aspects of narrative practice.