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  • Narrative Therpay

    Running Head: Narrative Therapy Narrative Therapy Research Paper Israel Escobar Theories in Counseling Families and...

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  • The Multicultural Effectiveness of Narrative Therapy

    The Multicultural Effectiveness of Narrative Therapy Liberty University HSER 509 Dr. M. E. Cooper July 05, 2013   Abstract One of the most difficult situations that face counselors and their clients is the daunting task of listening with understanding while removing bias from the...

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  • Integration of Narrative Therapy Hristian Counselling

    purpose of this essay is to discuss the positive and negative use of integration within Counselling. Much has been said about the integration of therapies and Christian values. The practice of secular psychotherapies has brought much conflict; many Christian counsellors have taken a different stance...

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  • Narritive Paper

    Abstract Narratives help individuals make sense of their experiences, and this is particularly true for people trying to make sense of difficult or traumatic experiences. During the storytelling episode, families engaged in three forms of sense-making: (a) family-unit sense-making in which members actively...

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  • Counseling and Advocacy

    Studies show that the key philosophies of wellness, resilience, and prevention of a child that now suffers from living in a family of divorce will eventually gain a sense of identity, agency, and coherence overtime, negotiated with transition losses and new arrangements for relationships due to living...

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  • Family Genogram Project

    Narrative Family Counseling Approach Research Paper Keltic University Abstract Narrative therapy is a social constructive philosophical approach to psychotherapy that has been developed to help clients deconstruct their negative and self-defeating life stories while rebuilding healthy and positive...

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  • Narrative and Systemic Approaches with Refugee Populations

     Narrative and Systemic Approaches with Refugee Populations Colleen Cummings SOWK 5208 - 090 August 7, 2013 Narrative and Systemic Approaches with Refugee Populations In today’s world millions of displaced people have...

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  • Narrative Therapy

    Narrative Therapy is considered a non-blaming approach to the problems clients deal with. This type of therapy is a respectful and collaborative approach to counseling and community work, focusing on people’s ability to externalize problems. Narrative Therapy was developed by Michael White and David...

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  • Counselling Case Analysis

    CASE ANALYSIS Content Part 1: 5 Short case studies Part 2: 1 Long case study Case One – Marie CASE: Marie is 17 years of age and has a steady boyfriend. She would like the relationship to become more serious but is worried if she expresses her feelings to her boyfriend that he might become...

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  • Family Counseling Approach - Narrative Therapy

    Family Counseling Approach – Narrative Therapy Kristi Sabbides Moos Liberty University Marriage and Family Counseling I May 13, 2011 Dr. Suhad Sadik, Instructor Abstract Narrative therapy focuses on helping clients gain access to preferred story lines about...

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  • Feminist Solution Focused

    Feminist, Solution-Focused Theories, and Narrative overview Guy M. Murrell Grand Canyon University: UNV 502 April 17, 2013 Feminist, Solution-Focused Theories, and Narrative overview Theory: Feminist Key Concepts: Girl power, Women’s right, War on women, Effects on Society...

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  • Research Methodology Case Study

    Running Head: THE CASE OF KEN The Case of Ken S Rein June 25, 2012 Child and Adolescent Counseling Dr. M Gray Abstract The use of a narrative therapy and a person-centered therapy approach to working with a male teenager that is diagnosed...

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  • Reactive Attachment Disorder

    surrounding the disorder will limit mental health professionals in diagnosing and formulating interventions for RAD. Although limited research and studies were published comprising the disorder, there are enough data to support the existence of reactive attachment disorder. Definition of Reactive Attachment...

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  • Solution-focused theory

    techniques in which therapy for couples and families are provided. A study conducted by Bradley et al. (2008) suggests that when individuals/families seek counseling or therapy, they are more likely to encounter a therapist who practices “cognitive behavioral therapy, solution focused therapy, or Bowen family...

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  • Family Therepy

    Family Therapy Keasha Scott 3/27/11 Final Paper Abstract Mark Perkins has been court ordered to attend counseling because of recent of criminal charges. His mother did not request the counseling sessions but may very well benefit...

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  • Syllabus of theories in counseling

    EPSY 542: Theories in Counseling and Psychotherapy Department of Educational Psychology and Special Education SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY AT CARBONDALE Tuesdays, 3:30 PM – 6:00 PM – Wham 228 Instructor Office Hours Thuy Duong, MSW Mondays 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM Wham 229F...

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  • An Integrative Model of Counselling

    An Integrative Model of Counseling Frank-Hagen Hofmann Contact: Counseling Service for Students Gartenstraße 2 ▪ D-69115 Heidelberg fh.hofmann@stw.uni-heidelberg.de 2 Fedora Summer University, Leiden 16.06.2008 Who I am… • 2001 – 2006 Study at the Department of Psychology, Heidelberg University ...

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  • Narrative Therapy

    and compassionate Aussie, by the name Michael White, dared to further break through the traditional prescriptive, mechanistic view of mental health therapy by exploring the complexity inherent within the human condition. White was influenced toward a career working directly with people, while he was a...

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  • “People are complex and cannot be completely understood through the lens of a Meta or grand theory– i.e. Psychoanalytic or behavioural. Critically discuss”

    with methods of practice ranging from one to one counselling, group therapy, couples or family therapy, online therapy and over the telephone counselling. Depending on which school of thought the therapist is following, each therapy engages the client from a different angle. Each school has its own rationale...

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  • Psychotherapy

     Psychotherapy From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia "Therapist" redirects here. For other types of therapists, see Therapy. Psychotherapy is therapeutic interaction or treatment contracted between a trained professional and a client, patient, family, couple, or group. Simply, psychotherapy is a...

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