Re-Authoring narrative therapy: Improving our selfmanagement tools

@article{Hutto2017ReAuthoringNT,
  title={Re-Authoring narrative therapy: Improving our selfmanagement tools},
  author={Daniel D. Hutto and Shaun Gallagher},
  journal={Philosophy, Psychiatry, & Psychology},
  year={2017},
  volume={24},
  pages={157 - 167}
}
Narrative practices have the potential to play a robust part in strategies for self-managing psychosocial well-being. Narrative therapy in particular seeks to empower groups and individuals, providing them with the resources and skills needed for positively improving their own well-being and coping with a wide range of life challenges. However, narrative therapy is in need of a philosophical update and some theoretical finetuning. Re-authoring some key elements of narrative therapy's official… CONTINUE READING

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