The narrative docket: Facilitating narrative practices with involuntarily referred adolescents— Clement Yee

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The narrative docket: Facilitating narrative practices with involuntarily referred adolescents— Clement Yee

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This paper introduces the ‘narrative docket’, an innovation developed for work with adolescents who have been referred to social services by police or the legal system. The paper details the three components of the narrative docket, and demonstrates their application with a young person, Aiai1, in a time-limited case management program. The ideas underpinning the narrative docket include collective narrative practice, externalising problems, outsider witnessing, re-authoring and counter documentation.

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