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Narrative Counseling in Schools

Powerful & Brief (Professional Skills for Counsellors series)

by John M. (Maxwell) Winslade

  • 389 Want to read
  • 31 Currently reading

Published by Corwin Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Counselling,
  • Organization & management of education,
  • Schools,
  • Guidance & Orientation,
  • Educational Guidance,
  • Storytelling,
  • Education / Teaching,
  • Interpersonal relations,
  • Education,
  • Business & Economics-Education,
  • Education / Guidance & Orientation,
  • Counseling - General,
  • Educational counseling,
  • Narrative therapy

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages144
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7908982M
    ISBN 100803966237
    ISBN 109780803966239

    Educators can use narrative counseling ideas to facilitate group or one-on-one work with students, ease school-family interactions, and lighten the emotional load for the entire school : $ This book arose out of our mutual interest in specific approaches to conflict resolution in schools. We have both worked at mediation, facilitated restorative conferences, and offered counseling and conflict coaching to individuals.

    The word “narrative” can have many meanings. It is a story—a telling of an event that occurs over time, usually told from one person to others verbally or in writing. With this defi-nition, almost all counseling approaches could be called narrative, and some have argued that the name narrative shouldn’t be reserved for one particu-. Narrative career counseling represents a shift from the 20th-century focus on objective interventions for career decision making toward a 21st-century concern for interpretive approaches. It is sited in postmodern developments where previous grand theories overemphasize either social structures (e.g., Marxism) or individual psychology (e.g., psychoanalysis).

    Narrative Counseling in Schools. by Gerald D. Monk,John M. Winslade. Share your thoughts Complete your review. Tell readers what you thought by rating and reviewing this book. Rate it * You Rated it *Brand: SAGE Publications. Books shelved as narrative-therapy: Maps of Narrative Practice by Michael White, Narrative Means to Therapeutic Ends by Michael White, Narrative Therapy.


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Narrative Counseling in Schools by John M. (Maxwell) Winslade Download PDF EPUB FB2

Having had extensive training in narrative therapy and wanting to make use of narrative skills in my school counseling job, I searched for books related directly to school counseling. This is a small book packed with information and creative ideas that will give you renewed enthusiam for your work as school by: Narrative Counseling in Schools.

Home > Books > Narrative Counseling in Schools. Authors: Gerald Monk, John Winslade By practicing the ideas in this book, school counselors everywhere can help create new descriptions and stories that will transform the academic lives and behaviors of their students.

The book shows clinicians how to use. + very descriptive and uses cases that are helpful - only talks about ONE way of doing narrative counseling in schools - assumes that just because one is a school counselor/therapist she can't do long-term work with a client and must refer out for that sort of work, which in my case isn't true, so this wasn't as helpful for the type of "powerful" and only sometimes "brief" work I did/5.

With Lorraine Hedtke he wrote a book about the application of the narrative Narrative Counseling in Schools book to grief counseling, Remembering Lives: Conversations With the Dying and the Bereaved (). He has published articles and taught workshops on narrative therapy and mediation in New Zealand and Australia, the United Kingdom, Europe, Narrative Counseling in Schools book Middle East, Canada.

'What a gift to education. By practicing the ideas in this book, school counsellors everywhere can help create new descriptions and stories that will transform the academic lives and behaviours of their students'.

- Linda Metcalf, Author of Counseling Toward Solutions and Solution-Focused School Counseling Narrative counselling in schools is based on the premise that stories, rather than hard. This book discusses narrative therapy in the context of school counseling. It provides an overview of narrative therapy, guidelines for applying it, and approaches to specific problems.

Narrative counseling helps students to explore their own story, externalize elements of it, distinguish the story from the person, and build a new story of their life to live out : John Winslade, Gerald Monk. Narrative therapy is a form of counseling that views people as separate from their problems.

This allows clients to get some distance from the issue to see how it might actually be helping them. Educators can use narrative counseling ideas to facilitate group or one-on-one work with students, ease school-family interactions, and lighten the emotional load for the entire school population.

What people are saying - Write a review. Narrative counseling is based on the premise that stories, rather than hard-nosed realities, shape our lives.

By changing the stories that negatively label and define students, they are helped to open up new avenues and opportunities. In this second edition of their best-selling book, the authors present even more case studies, guidance, and examples of counseling practice to help students Cited by: Narrative Counseling in Schools.

Home > Books > Narrative Counseling in Schools. Authors: Gerald Monk, John Winslade ASIN: Help students shed negative labels and develop healthy behaviors. This updated edition will assist students in narrating stories that "redescribe" who they are and who they can be.

About the Book. REVIEWS. This assists in narrative counseling by mapping the problem and creating unique solutions (White & Epston, ). During this time, the school counselor could ask about and emphasize the strengths of a child from both the child's perspective and what the.

Narrative Therapy is a powerful approach to counselling developed by family therapists Michael White and David Epston. Central to Narrative Therapy is the idea that throughout life people create stories (or “narratives”) to interpret the events that happen to them.

These stories have profound effects on. Download Narrative Counseling In Schools in PDF and EPUB Formats for free. Narrative Counseling In Schools Book also available for Read Online, mobi, docx and mobile and kindle reading.

The purpose of my presentation at the American Counselors Association convention in April, will be to share the story of how narrative theory has provided me with a culturally sensitive theoretical framework in my role as both a school counselor and as an educational researcher.

accepted for inclusion in Faculty Publications - Graduate School of Counseling by an authorized administrator of Digital Commons @ George Fox University. For more information, please [email protected] Recommended Citation Nafziger, Jacinta and DeKruyf, Lorraine, "Narrative Counseling for Professional School Counselors" ().Faculty Author: Jacinta Nafziger, Lorraine DeKruyf.

The Hardcover of the Narrative Counseling in Schools: Powerful & Brief by John M. Winslade, Gerald D. Monk | at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping Pages: Publisher's description: The first book in school counseling to provide a comprehensive introduction to the thought of Michel Foucault and his significance for understanding youth as the subject of counseling, the moral constitution of youth, professional ethics, and the new mode of narrative therapy.

Narrative Counseling in Schools by John M. Winslade,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(30). Narrative therapy is a form of psychotherapy that seeks to help people identify their values and the skills and knowledge they have to live these values, so they can effectively confront whatever problems they face.

The therapist seeks to help the person co-author a new narrative about themselves by investigating the history of those : D ′What a gift to education. By practicing the ideas in this book, school counsellors everywhere can help create new descriptions and stories that will transform the academic lives and behaviours of their students′ - Linda Metcalf, Author of Counseling Toward Solutions and Solution-Focused School Counseling Narrative counselling in schools is based on the premise that stories, rather than.

Educators can use narrative counseling ideas to facilitate group or one-on-one work with students, ease school-family interactions, and lighten the emotional load for the entire school population.Narrative counseling services can be a wonderful tool for dealing with specific concerns and crises that arise in life or in relationships.

My approach is to connect you with resources, both internally and in the world, that will move you beyond the counseling room.What is Narrative Therapy? An Easy-To-Read Introduction by Alice Morgan This best-seller provides a simple and easy to understand introduction to the main tenets of narrative therapy.

In this book, you will find information on externalization, remembering, therapeutic letter writing, journaling, and reflection in the context of narrative therapy.