Respond to the Narrative Therapy provocative questions
Respond to the Narrative Therapy provocative questions aligned with weekly content through submitting a 100-150 word
This week will provide a rich introduction to Narrative Therapy……some of the background, philosophy & underpinning principles. It will start to explore the actual process & interventions……
Once you’ve read & reviewed this content – please contribute to the discussion by posting your honest initial responses & reactions to this content. For some of you this will be familiar, but for others this style of therapy is markedly different from other more traditional models….
This week you’ll review content regarding – actual stories & narratives & how profound they are for ourselves & our clients. As you read & digest this material – I’d like you to reflect upon the stories you have about your own lives or aspects of it…..Please think about how these stores were embedded & then over time became dominant?
Have they served you positively or in fact restricted you or limited you? Obviously, this reflection can be quite sensitive & personal so please only share in the forum – personal info you feel comfortable to share & that is appropriate to share…..
Acknowledging the stories & narratives in our own lives is an important first step to be able to understand how Narrative Therapy works in practice…..
This week the readings, videos & exercises provide us with immense content around how we embed, thicken & develop a story around the externalizing of problems & then take a position on these….
The questions are deliberately detailed so the impact of the externalized problem is clearly understood & articulated…..this clear understanding can be transformative & illuminating for the client ….and provide the therapist with so much more material to further support the
So, for this week – please address the self-administer exercises in this section relating to this aspect & please comment on your experiences, thoughts & responses, etc….
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