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Narrative Therapies with Children and Their Families
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INTRODUCTION: Arlene Vetere and Emilia Dowling

PART ONE: NARRATIVE CONCEPTS AND THERAPEUTIC CHALLENGES

CHAPTER 1: NARRATIVE CONCEPTS AND THERAPEUTIC CHALLENGES

Emilia Dowling and Arlene Vetere

PART TWO: NARRATIVES OF CHILDHOOD

CHAPTER 2: NARRATIVES AND PHANTASIES

Margaret and Michael Rustin

CHAPTER 3: NARRATIVE PERSPECTIVES ON CHILDHOOD DEPRESSION

David Campbell and Judith Trowell

CHAPTER 4: CHILDREN'S NARRATIVES OF TRAUMATIC EXPERIENCES

Gerrilyn Smith

CHAPTER 5: CHILDREN WHO WITNESS VIOLENCE AT HOME

Arlene Vetere and Jan Cooper

CHAPTER 6: ENGAGING CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE: A THEATRE OF POSSIBILITIES

Jim Wilson

PART THREE: NARRATIVES OF WORKING WITH FAMILIES

CHAPTER 7: NARRATIVES OF FATHERS AND SONS: `THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS A FATHER'

Sebastian Kraemer

CHAPTER 8: NARRATIVE THERAPY WITH CHILDREN IN FAMILIES WHERE A PARENT HAS A MENTAL HEALTH PROBLEM

Gwyn Daniel and Bernadette Wren

CHAPTER 9: THE CHANGING CONTEXT OF PERMANENCY: UNIFYING STORIES IN THE CONTEXT OF DIVIDED LOYALTIES

Rita Harris and Sara Barrett

CHAPTER 10: PARENTING ADULT CHILDREN: A PROJECT COMBINING NARRATIVE, CLINICAL and EMPIRICAL METHODOLOGIES

Myrna Gower, Emilia Dowling and Irvine Gersch

PART FOUR: NARRATIVES IN SPECIAL CONTEXTS

CHAPTER 11: WHOSE STORY IS IT ANYWAY? CHILDREN INVOLVED IN CONTACT DISPUTES

Kirsten Blow and Gwyn Daniel

CHAPTER 12: NARRATIVES OF ATTACHMENT IN POST DIVORCE CONTACT DISPUTES: DEVELOPING AN INTERSUBJECTIVE UNDERSTANDING

Gill Gorell Barnes

CHAPTER 13: NARRATIVES IN PRIMARY CARE

John Launer

CHAPTER 14: NARRATIVES OF YOUNG OFFENDERS

Rudi Dallos

CHAPTER 15: NARRATIVE WORK IN SCHOOLS

Patsy Wagner and Chris Watkins

CHAPTER 16: NARRATIVES OF SCHOOL EXCLUSION

Sue Rendall

CHAPTER 17: NARRATIVES OF HOPE

Alan Carr

EPILOGUE: Arlene Vetere and Emilia Dowling

About the Author

University of Surrey Tavistock Centre, London

Reviews

'Professionals in the fields of child, adolescent and family mental health will, however, derive a new sense of optimism from these resolutely up-beat pages.' - Martin Guha, Journal of Mental Health

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