Placing strengths into storylines – Building bridges between strengths-based and narrative approaches— Kay Ingamells and David Epston

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Placing strengths into storylines – Building bridges between strengths-based and narrative approaches— Kay Ingamells and David Epston

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Could narrative inquiry enliven strengths-based practice through returning stories to strengths? This paper tells the story of the composition of ‘narrative of strengths’ interviews and their use with students, within a research project utilising the Clifton Strengthsfinder at Unitec, New Zealand. It moves on to explore possible seeds of connection between strengths-based and narrative practice, taking the paradigm of life as story and the reclaiming of the territory of the past as starting points for this inquiry.

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