Narrative Practices and Emotions

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40+ Ways to Support the Emergence of Flourishing Identities

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Narrative therapy has the potential to help clients understand their challenges as separate from their selves, shifting the focus to their inner strengths when managing a problem. Narrative Practices and Emotions provides a fresh perspective for new and experienced practitioners alike on how to combine classic narrative therapy with the latest scholarship on the mind?body connection. 

Authors Marie-Nathalie Beaudoin and Gerald Monk tap into cutting edge discoveries on mindfulness, interpersonal neurobiology, and positive psychology. Each chapter offers a wealth of clinical questions and embodied exercises, while "conversation maps"-which provide important guideposts to practitioners-are illustrated with engaging transcripts of therapeutic work. These compelling case studies elegantly demonstrate how skillful conversations can invigorate hope and support personal development. Readers will discover a wide variety of ways to assist clients of all ages in reengaging with a meaningful life and sustaining well-being.

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MediumPbk | 256 pages
AuthorMarie-Nathalie Beaudoin, Gerald Monk

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