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Narrative Therapy with Couples...and a whole lot more: A collection of papers, essays and exercises
Freedman, Jill and Gene Combs
Dulwich Centre Publications / Softcover / 2002-01-01 / 0957792956
Collaborative Therapies / Couple Therapy
price: $46.95
281 pages
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In this thoughtful and practice-based collection, popular authors and teachers Jill Freedman and Gene Combs introduce the reader to the complexities and possibilities of narrative therapy with couples. Five separate papers offer thorough explorations of theory and practice. Detailed examples of therapeutic work with heterosexual couples are provided. This book also includes a number of delightful chapters about narrative work with children, as well as a range of essays and exercises. For those working therapeutically with couples, families and/or children, this book is bound to become a trusted resource to turn to again and again when in need of reflection, clarification or new ideas.

Some of the papers included here have been previously published in a variety of contexts. We have brought them together to create this rich and varied book.

Table of Contents:
 
Introduction

Part 1 Working with couples
1. Placing couple work in context
2. Narrative couple therapy
3. Gender stories
4. Minimizing hierarchy in therapeutic relationships: A reflecting team approach
5. Working with ‘Mike and Jan’

Part 2 Some ideas for working with children
6. Witnessing bravery: Narrative ideas for working with children and families
7. Lists

Part 3 Essays: Locating the work in context
8. Milton Erickson: Early postmodernist
9. Narrative intentions
10. Relationships and ethics: Remembering what matters

Part 4 Exercises
11. Developing relationships, performing identities
12. Therapy relationships that open possibilities for us all:  The narratively informed therapeutic relationship

References

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