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  • Integration of Narrative Therapy Hristian Counselling
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  • Narritive Paper
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  • Counseling and Advocacy
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  • Family Genogram Project
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  • Narrative and Systemic Approaches with Refugee Populations
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  • Narrative Therapy
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  • Research Methodology Case Study
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  • Family Counseling Approach - Narrative Therapy
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  • Reactive Attachment Disorder
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    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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  • An Integrative Model of Counselling
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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”
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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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