Storytelling in Therapy
By Rhiannon Crawford, et al.
128 Pages, 6 ¼" x 9 ¼"
$39.50 Paper Original
Written by experienced authors and clinicians, this book offers an extremely accessible introduction to how therapists can use stories as a key aspect of work in a variety of situations and problem areas. As a therapist, you might find the idea of telling stories during therapy rather challenging or problematic for a number of reasons.
Perhaps you've never used this approach or are concerned that your stories may be inappropriate or patronizing. In a uniquely focused handbook, the authors acknowledge this and thus have provided examples of stories. To provide as much practical help as possible they have also detailed how these stories can be deployed and how they sit in relation to specific circumstances.
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