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This journal issue explores realms of complexity in relation to working with women who have experienced sexual abuse; and the experiences of parents whose children are in care. Also included are ideas for counselling flyers that are congruent with narrative ideas. Three practice-based papers then follow: ‘Narrative therapy with young people: What externalising practice and use of letters make possible’, ‘Towards a ‘poethics’ of practice: Extending the relationship of ethics and aesthetics in narrative therapies through a consideration of the late work of Michel Foucault’ and 'Narrative practice with boys struggling with anorexia'.