Narrative Therapies with Children and their Families introduces and develops the concepts and principles of narrative approaches to therapeutic work and demonstrates how narrative based approaches to practice provide a powerful and client friendly framework for engaging and working with troubled children and their families. Using clinical examples, each chapter develops a methodology around narrative practice and gives practical advice on working with narrative therapy in a variety of settings. Covering a broad range of difficult and sensitive topics, including trauma, abuse and youth offending, this book succeeds in illustrating the wide application of these principles in the context of the particular issues and challenges presented when working with children and families. This practical, practice based book will be welcomed by any professionals in the field of child, adolescent and family mental health who want to explore the benefits of employing narrative based approaches in their work.A Practitionera#39;s Guide to Concepts and Approaches Arlene Vetere, Emilia Dowling ... did not express fear but rather anger, Roseannea#39;s mother had acute anxiety attacks following episodes such as these. ... To this view of the danger of fathers Roseanne added her own experience of watching East Enders, describing heranbsp;...
|Title||:||Narrative Therapies with Children and Their Families|
|Author||:||Arlene Vetere, Emilia Dowling|
|Publisher||:||Taylor & Francis - 2005|