The Dulwich Centre Journal is a quarterly journal which publishes creative examples of work seeking to address problems in the lives of individuals, families, and communities.
Based upon the principles which have come to be known as ‘narrative ways of working,’ the Journal focuses on a wide range of issues relevant to therapy, community work and addressing injustice.
The Dulwich Centre Journal offers practical examples of ways of working, while placing this work within its broader social, historical and political context
Starting in 2002, the Centre will be combining the Dulwich Centre Journal and Gecko into one larger publication : International Journal of Narrative Therapy and Community Work. Designed for counselors, therapists, community workers, teachers and others interested in the latest developments in the use of the narrative metaphor in therapeutic work, this new journal will feature writings from around Australia and around the world.
The journal will be produced four times a year with each edition consisting of 72 pages. The first section of each issue will revolve around a particular theme, while the second will consist of a collection of practice-based papers on various topics.