Dulwich Centre Publications produces resources (including books, journals, 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 (DCP) is a small, independent, feminist-owned publishing house that was founded by Cheryl White in 1984. (To read more about the history of Dulwich Centre Publications, click here).

Access our books/journals/DVDs

We have tried to make it as easy as possible for you to access our books, journals, and DVDs. You can either purchase these online, download an Australian price list or non-Australian price list and email this back to us, or contact your local distributor.

Be sure to check out the International Journal of Narrative Therapy and Community WorkWe recommend this internationally peer-reviewed journal to practitioners who wish to stay in touch with the latest ideas and developments in narrative practice.

Also see Comment, a special informal publication focusing on responding to current social issues.

Other publications

Publishing principles/submission information/advisory group

Translations of books relating to narrative therapy

Tapes and CDs

Thanks to the encouragement of Elaine Howley, who works for the National Council of the Blind of Ireland, we now have available a number of key narrative therapy texts on tape and CD. Please contact us for more information.

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  1. Natalia Rakar-Szabo

    Dear Cheryl White and David Denborough

    am Natalia Rakar-Szabo, a psychology PhD candidate at Pecs University, Psychological Doctoral School, Hungary.

    My main interest (and also dissertation theme) concerns Wilderness-Adventure Therapy, its impact on Disadvantage and Foster Care youth – including a special method of Narrative Categorial Content Analysis.

    I would like to ask an information regarding publishing in your
    professional journal.
    Unfortunately, as I am under time-pressure of the academic compulsory progression at the moment,
    a cardinal question would be for me to find out

    – what are the conditions for publishing
    – when will you publish the Journal next time
    – and if at your journal there is an option for paying a fee for reviewing ( maybe is obvious or an option for the faster review and prepare of an issue)

    At the moment I have an unpublished Literature Review according to the mentioned topic, written by an European Group of professionals
    and also 2 more articles (classical research publications with special focus on Narrativ Content Analysis) focusing on some parts of my dissertation.

    Thank you very much for any information – in advance,

    yours sincerely
    Natalia Rakar-Szabó

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