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Narrative School Counseling Powerful & Brief Part I [DVD, for individual viewing]
Monk, Gerald D.
Master's Work Video / DVD on sale / 0000-00-00 / X11816
Collaborative Therapies / School-Oriented
reg price: $100.00 our price: $ 60.00
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The principles of Narrative School Counseling are demonstrated in this actual session that Gerald conducts with 14 year-old Lyneigh and her mother. After being home schooled in 8th grade. Lyneigh has decided to skip high school and attend Community College where she is achieving A grades. Her concern has to do with her social adjustment with schoolmates who are many years her senior. John Winslade participates as a reflector with Gerald and finally, Lyneigh and her mom respond to the reflections. This interview is a good demonstration of Narrative Counseling.
Tape Running Time: 48 minutes
Gerald Monk, Ph.D., is the co-author of Narrative Counseling in the Schools (1999), Narrative Mediation (2000) and Narrative Therapy in Practice (1997). He is one of the leading voices in the Narrative Therapy community.

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