Dulwich Centre Publications produces resources (including books, journals, e-resources and DVDs) about narrative therapy and community work with a particular focus on making narrative approaches accessible and relevant to a wide range of practitioners and contexts.
Dulwich Centre Publications is a small, independent, feminist publishing house that was founded by Cheryl White (picture on left) in 1984. To read more about the history of Dulwich Centre Publications, click here.
- International Journal of Narrative Therapy and Community Work – an internationally peer-reviewed e-journal covering the latest ideas and developments in narrative practice.
- Explorations e-journal – an international, peer-reviewed forum for accounts of narrative therapy and narrative practice.
- Comment – an informal publication focusing on responding to current social issues
Books, articles and narrative bibliography
Our online Bookshop and Library is another way to access our books, journals, and DVDs.
You can browse and purchase these online, or contact your local distributor.
We have a number of resources in other languages.