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Maps of Narrative Practice — Michael White

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Only available to readers in Australia and New Zealand. In this long-awaited book, Michael White outlines the key maps of narrative practice – externalising, re-authoring, re-membering, definitional ceremonies, scafolding conversations and ways of highlighting unique outcomes.

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Only available to readers in Australia and New Zealand. In this long-awaited book, Michael White outlines the key maps of narrative practice – externalising, re-authoring, re-membering, definitional ceremonies, scafolding conversations and ways of highlighting unique outcomes. This easy-to-read and yet rigorous book contains moving transcripts of conversationsand detailed explanations of practice. This book pulls together and summarises the key therapuetic ideas and practices that have come to be known as narrative therapy. It is an ideal starting point for practitioners exploring narrative ideas but is also recommended for experiened narrative practitioners. This book is published by W.W. Norton. For those outside Australia and New Zealand contact your local distributer to purchase this book.


 

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Weight .645 kg
Dimensions 16.5 × 24.2 × 3 cm

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