Michael White (1948-2008), one of the founders of narrative therapy, was an outspoken voice and leading light for therapists and clinicians around the world. From complete, polished papers that White presented at conferences to unfinished papers, interviews, and paragraphs of "thoughts," this book presents the sharp, compassionate, and elegant writing White left behind, none of it ever before published. Narrative Practice is a rich and unique resource for clinicians who wish to critically examine their approach to therapy, or learn about the transformative power and practical applications of narrative therapy. Though this book contains the final writings by Michael White, it also continues the conversations he so brilliantly began decades ago.
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