Bringing interpersonal neurobiology and narrative therapy together.
Narrative therapy's lack of emphasis on emotional expression has concerned many, even those who acknowledge the benefits of treating problems as separate from the person. Neuro-Narrative Therapy offers the missing link, showing how brain science contributes to understanding emotion. Learn how neuro and narrative together can produce more effective therapeutic results.
1: Toward a Neuro-Narrative Therapy: Histories of the Present Revisited
2: Possibilities in Neuro-Narrative Therapy: Preview and Backstory
3: The Importance of Affect in Narrative Therapy
4: Body/Mindfulness Practices in Narrative Therapy
5: Right-Brain to Right-Brain Communication in Narrative Therapy
6: Nonconscious Influences in Narrative Therapy
Coda: Pathways of Power: Questions for Jeff From the Iron Throne
About the Author:
Jeff Zimmerman is considered at the top of the list of veteran narrative therapist/teachers in North America. He lives in the Mission district of San Francisco, California where can see upwards of 150 live music shows each year. Jeff began his apprenticeship with Michael White in 1989. He became Michael’s closest friend in North America. Jeff has over 11,000 hours of in session narrative therapy experience and is the co-author of a tremendously helpful book entitled – ‘If Problems Talked’, along with several narrative therapy journal articles ranging on a range of topics including Anorexia, Couples and Youth. — from therapeuticconversations.com