If you want to find out more about Narrative and Collaborative Therapies, try the following resources.
Dulwich Centre is an independent centre in Adelaide, Australia involved in counselling, community work, training and publishing. The Dulwich Centre was started by Australian social worker, Michael White, who co-developed Narrative therapy, with New Zealander David Epston.
Jennifer Freeman, Dean Lobovits, and David Epston provide Narrative therapy papers and information, such as: articles about Narrative therapy with children and adolescents, a Narrative therapy bookshop, an index to the archives of resistance concerning anti-anorexia and anti-bulimia, and the Peace Family Project.
Our friends at NTC offer narrative training and resources for practitioners interested in learning about narrative therapy, and for those already familiar and experienced with narrative ideas and practices.
The latest research on "what works" in therapy is translated into principles for clinical practice.
98 Harbord Street, Toronto, ON. M5S 1G6.
A listserv is an email-based discussion list concerning a specific subject. One 'subscribes' to these lists by sending one's email address - once - to the appropriate address [see below]. After subscribing, you will typically receive an email with instructions about how to use the listerv. Any emails that are sent to the listserv after subscription are automatically distributed to all subscribers.
The following listservs (formerely called 'listservers') may be of interest to those interested in Narrative, Solutions focused, Collaborative and Post Modern and Post Structural therapies.
COLLABORATE - Collaborative Therapy Discussion
SFT-L - SFT-L Solution Focused Therapy
MFTC - L - Marriage and Family Therapy Counseling Discussion
To join the above lists, go to http://maelstrom.stjohns.edu, click Online List Archives, go to the appropriate list, and follow the instructions from there.
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