Category Archives: Narrative Therapy

Writings and musings about Narrative Therapy

Knowing your own heart

One of the tenets of Narrative Therapy is that the “therapist” does not assume that he is the expert on the client’s life, that he is expected to make an expert diagnosis, and to prescribe an expert cure. Rather, we … Continue reading

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Narrative Empowerment

The central purpose of the Narrative Conversation is to empower the client.  We assist him, mainly by asking questions, in accessing their beliefs, strengths, values, hopes and dreams.  In doing so, we help them to find a better way to … Continue reading

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