Playing and narrative therapy: Synthesising narrative practice and occupational therapy in work with children— Christine Ullmann

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Playing and narrative therapy: Synthesising narrative practice and occupational therapy in work with children— Christine Ullmann

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This article explores combining occupational therapy with practices from narrative therapy. The contexts of play allows a site for working with both children’s physical challenges, as well as dominant problem stories. Throughout the paper, examples of work with individual children show the links between occupational and narrative practices, specifically in relation to situating problems outside of children, the use of scaffolding both conversations and physical challenges, and developing alternative stories that help children renegotiate relationships with the problems in their lives.

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