Narrative Approaches to Supervision Consultations: Reflections and Options for Practice— Lincoln Simmonds

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Narrative Approaches to Supervision Consultations: Reflections and Options for Practice— Lincoln Simmonds

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Consultations where professionals working with people with difficulties see another mental health professional for advice and help, are an important part of the work of many therapists. This paper discusses how a narrative perspective can be particularly helpful in deconstructing one particular discourse that can at times dominate in consultations – that the therapist is the sole expert or authority on people’s difficulties. Although this paper focuses on consultations with professionals, many of the ideas and issues discussed are relevant to consultations with non-professionals.

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