Narrative Practice & Exotic Lives — Michael White
Author: Michael White
In this book, amusing and powerfully moving transcripts of therapeutic conversations sit alongside wide-ranging explorations and explanations of narrative practice.
Looking for therapeutic options to address the sense of personal failure that is so commonly experienced by those who seek counselling?
Hoping to undertake journeys in your work to fascinating and unexpected destinations?
Wanting to understand how considerations of history and culture shape therapeutic endeavour?
Determined to assist people to free themselves from negative conclusions they have formed about their identities and relationships?
In this book, amusing and powerfully moving transcripts of therapeutic conversations sit alongside wide-ranging explorations and explanations of narrative practice. The papers in this book describe an approach to therapeutic enquiry that contributes to people finding themselves interested in novel understandings of the events of their lives, curious about aspects of their lives that have been forsaken, fascinated with neglected territories of their identities, and at times, awed by their own responses to the predicaments of their existence. It is an approach which enables the identification of ‘extraordinary worlds’ and assist in the resurrection of diversity in everyday life.
|Dimensions||15 × 2 × 21 cm|