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Multiple voices : narrative in systemic family psychotherapy

Author: John Byng-Hall; Renos K Papadopoulos
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Routledge, 2018.
Series: Tavistock Clinic series.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Part of the Tavistock Clinic Series, this book focuses on narrative and stories in Family Systems Therapy - particularly on how stories develop within the domain of a therapist's own theoretical, clinical and professional contexts. The aim is to allow the reader to understand the uses of stories in family therapy.This book offers a comprehensive overview of issues related to narrative which appear in a family  Read more...
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: John Byng-Hall; Renos K Papadopoulos
ISBN: 9780429916397 0429916396
OCLC Number: 1053853613
Description: 1 online resource (256 pages).
Contents: Chapter Introduction / Renos K --
Papadopoulos --
part One Narrative --
Construing the Context --
chapter 1 The Other Side of the Story --
Listening for the Client{u2019}s Experience of Therapy / David Campbell --
chapter 2 What Narrative? / Sebastian Kraemer --
chapter 3 Language and Narrative --
Learning from Bilingualism / Charlotte Burck --
chapter 4 Postmodern Narratives --
or Muddles in the Mind / Stephen Frosh --
part Two Narrative --
Applications --
chapter 5 Toward a Coherent Story About Illness and Loss / John Byng-Hall --
chapter 6 Different Language/Different Gender --
Narratives of Inclusion and Exclusion / Barbara Dale --
chapter 7 Making Sense of the Experience of Neonatal Intensive Care / Anne McFadyen --
chapter 8 New Stories For Old? --
The Creation of New Families by Adoption and Fostering / Caroline Lindsey --
chapter 9 Rewriting the Story --
Children, Parents and Post-Divorce Narratives / Gill Gorell Barnes --
chapter 10 Is Home Where the Heart Is? --
Narratives of Oppositional Discourses in Refugee Families / Renos K --
Papadopoulos.
Series Title: Tavistock Clinic series.
Responsibility: edited by Renos K. Papadopoulos, John Byng-Hall.

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Part of the Tavistock Clinic Series, this book focuses on narrative and stories in Family Systems Therapy - particularly on how stories develop within the domain of a therapist's own theoretical, clinical and professional contexts. The aim is to allow the reader to understand the uses of stories in family therapy.This book offers a comprehensive overview of issues related to narrative which appear in a family therapy setting. Originally embarking on a joint project to share clinical experience, members of the Family Systems Group at the Tavistock Clinic discovered that what was common in their work was their emphasis on narrative. This discovery led in time to the development of a shared discourse about their diverse approaches to narrative which are carefully reflected in the contributions in this volume. Part One sets out the context of narrative with contributions on bilingualism and the family's experience of therapy, ending with a thought provoking critique of narrative. Part Two concentrates on applications of these ideas, providing analysis of multiple narratives in illness and loss, gender and language, neonatal care, adoption, divorce and refugee families.

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