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The goal of the modern therapist is to help clients probe their experiences and create a narrative in which a life story takes shape and makes sense. Therapists can use these vital connections among personal experience, family, and community to help their clients develop a constructive framework for more fulfilling lives. These courses are the first in the series of excellent treatises on this subject which ISHK will be offering in the next few months.

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Narrative in Psychotherapy

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MAPS OF NARRATIVE PRACTICE

Michael White

288 pages

7 CE credits

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NARRATIVE MEANS TO THERAPEUTIC ENDS

Michael White & David Epston

222 pages (text)

7 CE credits

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NARRATIVE SOLUTIONS IN BRIEF THERAPY

Joseph B. Eron, Ph.D., and Thomas W. Lund

288 pages

9 CE credits

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NARRATIVE THERAPY, 2nd Edition

Martin Payne

224 pages (192 text)

7 CE credits

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STORY RE-VISIONS

Narrative Therapy in the Postmodern World

Alan Parry & Robert E. Doan

211 pages

6 CE credits