Description - Narrative Therapy in Wonderland by David Marsten
Children's innate inventiveness and self-knowledge are important resources for narrative therapy, in which therapist and client work to re-author the story of the client's life. This book teaches therapists to respect children's natural imaginative know-how, offering effective methods to help children draw on their own wonderment, opening new paths to healing.
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(244mm x 168mm x 30mm)
WW Norton & Co
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Author Biography - David Marsten
David Marsten, LCSW, is the director of the Miracle Mile Community Practice in Los Angeles. David Epston, M.A., C.Q.S.W. is coauthor of Narrative Means to Therapeutic Ends (1990) and Playful Approaches to Serious Problems (1997). He is a visiting professor at the School of Community Studies, UNITEC Institute of Technology in Auckland, and is the codirector of the Family Therapy Centre in Auckland. Laurie Markham, MA, MFT, is a practicing therapist and teaches in master's programs at Cal State University San Bernardino and Pepperdine University.