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Popular articles about narrative therapy and community work


We have included here a series of popular articles published by Dulwich Centre Publications. These articles cover the theory and practice of narrative approaches to therapy, social work, and community work.


Many more articles are available on the Narrative Therapy Library website.


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Introducing narrative therapy


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Commonly-asked questions about narrative approaches to therapy, community work, and psychosocial support

Collective paper

2.

What is narrative therapy?: An easy-to-read introduction

by Alice Morgan

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Externalising: Commonly-asked questions

From the book Narrative therapy: Responding to your questions

by Maggie Carey & Shona Russell

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Workshop notes

  • Externalising conversations exercise
  • Statement of position maps 1 & 2
  • Therapeutic posture
  • Re-authoring conversations
  • Re-membering conversations
  • Definitional ceremony and outsider-witness
  • Attending to the consequences of trauma
  • Distinctions between traditional & modern power
  • Addressing personal failure

by Michael White



International Journal of Narrative Therapy & Community Work


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Therapist as host: Making my guests feel welcome

by Jodi Aman

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From isolation to community: Collaborating with children and families in times of crisis

by Elizabeth Buckley and Philip Decter

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Linking stories and initiatives: A narrative approach to working with the skills and knowledge of communities

by David Denborough, Carolyn Koolmatrie, Djapirri Mununggirritj, Djuwalpi Marika, Wayne Dhurrkay & Margaret Yunupingu

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Telling our stories in ways that make us stronger

From the book Telling our stories in ways that make us stronger

by Barbara Wingard

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Co-research: The making of alternative knowledge

by David Epston

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Collaborative representation: Narrative ideas in practice

by Sue Mann

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Narrandera Aboriginal Narrative Gathering

The write-up of a community gathering that took place with the Narrandera Koori (Aboriginal) Community in April 2002 and documentation of the follow-up to this gathering. Also included are a number of songs that were written and recorded during the gathering.

Narrandera Koori Community

Documented by David Denborough

12.

Making sense of illness narratives: Braiding theory, practice and the embodied life

by Kaethe Weingarten

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Dancing with death

by Lorraine Hedtke

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The journey of a lifetime: Group work with women who have experienced sexual assault

From the book Introducing narrative therapy: A collection of practice-based writings

by Lisa McPhie and Chris Chaffey

15.

Storying professional identity

by John Winslade

16.

An institute of community participation

Inspiring community work from the Latino community in California

by America Bracho

17.

Deconstructing Addiction

A wide range of articles available exploring 'addiction' to alcohol and other drugs


Other popular articles

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Community song writing and narrative practice

A paper and songs by David Denborough. First published in Clinical Psychology, issue 17, September 2002

19.

African American experience and the healing of relationships

From the book Family therapy: Exploring the field's past, present and possible futures

an interview with Kenneth V. Hardy

20.

On critical thinking

by Mary Heath

21.

Beating Sneaky Poo: Ideas for faecal soiling (1985; pdf, 799 KB) and Beating Sneaky Poo 2nd edition (1988) - more compact format (pdf, 356 KB)

Terry Heins & Karen Ritche


Queer counselling and narrative practice articles
For more articles on this theme see the book 'Queer counselling and narrative practice'


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 Resisting normativity: Queer musings on politics, identity, and the performance of therapy

by Julie Tilsen and David Nylund

23.

Queer lives and spiritual leanings

by Charles Jasper

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Linking lives around shared themes: Narrative group therapy with gay men

by Chris Behan


See also the free video presentation: Some things I have learned about sex, gender and sexuality

by Mary Heath


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