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28 02, 2017

Narrative Therapy in Practice: Counter Documents and Therapeutic Letters

2017-12-07T20:08:40+00:00By |Industry Articles & Topics|

The Narrative Approach in Social Work Commonly in therapeutic work, clinicians must keep progress notes, billing documents, and other important paperwork that together comprise a client’s case file. Learn more about how best to use the narrative approach in social work. This collection of documents is often required by an agency’s operating procedures and often [...]

9 01, 2017

Narrative Therapy in Practice – Outsider Witnessing

2017-12-07T21:27:33+00:00By |Industry Articles & Topics|

Narrative Therapy Training Using narrative therapy training, theories, and approaches, clients and clinicians join together in developing preferred stories of clients’ lives. As the stories are formed and solidified, the acknowledgment and acceptance of preferred stories and identity claims become an important aspect of enabling the client to fully adopt those stories and the possibilities for [...]

16 06, 2016

Collaborative and Narrative Therapies

2017-03-14T19:01:21+00:00By |Industry Articles & Topics|

Social Work Approaches and Therapies Collaborative and Narrative Therapies are considered to be the “postmodern therapies”. These social work approaches are similar in their social constructionist premises but differ significantly in their use of interventions and their use of the facilitator. Collaborative therapy is based on postmodernism and hermeneutics (the study of interpretation), has no interventions, [...]