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August 4, 2017

I am frequently asked how to start a narrative conversation.  Here is one way to do so:
 
When I start meeting with someone, I think of a metaphor of climbing a mountain (Stillman, 2010). 
 
There are three ways to think of climbing the mountain.  You can go strai...

July 20, 2017

The narrative principle of being centered on the person and not the therapist beyond the immediate interaction. It changes how the therapist interacts with the person, and how therapy is viewed overall. Most importantly, it respects the person and centers it on the...

June 21, 2017

I love my job.

It is a real privilege when people confide the intimate details of their lives and I experience a strong connection as we face these challenges together. 
 
Yes, it can be challenging at times being faced with serious problems that people are confronting...

June 13, 2017

Have you have ever walked into a room and felt that people weren’t listening, that they already had their minds made up and you were there to fit into their way of doing things.  Wouldn’t you rather walk into that same room and greet people who show an interest in gett...

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