Cracks – unsuffering myself and my daughter: a conversation with antianorexia/ bulimia

Cracks – unsuffering myself and my daughter: a conversation with antianorexia/ bulimia Julie King and David Epston Context October 2009 9 Click HERE for the full page article Introduction For many years I battled anorexia/bulimia (a/b); undiagnosed and mostly unsupported. It began in the later years of my primary schooling between the ages of nine

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“What doesn’t the problem know about your son or daughter?” Providing the conditions for the restoration of a family’s dignity

‘What doesn’t the problem know about your son or daughter?’ Providing the conditions for the restoration of a family’s dignity David Epston and David Marsten Click HERE for the full page article David Epston is Co-director of The Family Therapy Centre and Lecturer in the School of Social Practice, UNITEC Institute of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand.

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Making Trouble For Problems: Therapeutic Assumptions and Research Behind the Narrative Practice of Externalizing Conversations

Making Trouble for Problems: Therapeutic Assumptions and Research Behind the Narrative Practice of Externalizing Conversations CARL F. HILKER   Click HERE for the full page article   Feel free to contact me regarding this paper, [email protected] clinical research project submitted to the faculty of Argosy University/San Francisco Bay Area Campus in partial fulfillment of the requirements

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Engaging Young Persons in Externalizing Conversations: Developing Abilities and Knowledge

Engaging Young Persons in Externalizing Conversations: Developing Abilities and Knowledge David Epston & Sallyann Roth   Click HERE for the full page article Invite the young person into conversation with the Externalized Problem. In this conversation the Problem becomes regarded as a “thing” or “person” with which the child — and others in the child’s

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