Narrative Practice: Continuing the Conversations

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Only available to readers in Australia and New Zealand. This book of Michael’s previously unpublished papers is finally available! It consists of eleven previously unpublished chapters by Michael on topics as wide-ranging as subverting the operations of modern power, anorexia, working with men who have perpetrated violence, the significance of personal and community ethics, externalising and responsibility, narrative responses to traumatic experience, engagements with suicide, and couples therapy. The book also includes an editor's note from David Denborough, a preface from Jill Freedman, and an introduction from David Epston. Significantly, its epilogue contains the perspectives of narrative therapists from many different parts of the world in relation to ways in which the legacies of Michael's ideas and practices are being carried forth. This epilogue has been written by Cheryl White. This book is published by W.W. Norton.
Narrative Practice: Continuing the Conversations