Maggie Carey shows how to build on The Statement of Position Map to guide responding to the problem story, exploring the effects, creating reflecting surfaces and asking why. We briefly show how responding to the problem story can be a pathway to discover the preferred story. These illustrations are from the online course, An Introduction to Rich Story Development.
Double Listening in Narrative Therapy
We introduce the narrative practice of Double Listening, which involves listening to the problem and also to accounts of what lies outside the problem.
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