Jennifer Freeman Remembers Michael Searle

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Jennifer Freeman Remembers Michael Searle Michael contributed as an incredibly gifted Marriage and Family Therapist, well-loved teacher, supervisor, and organizer in the Bay Area for almost thirty years. On the way to our last visit with Mike, Dean and I called to see if he wanted anything, Oh, just a White Tail Ale he said.

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The Bypass Operation: An Approach to Feeding Problems in Young Children

The Bypass Operation: An Approach to Feeding Problems in Young Children Michael White, David Epston, Dean Lobovits, & Jennifer Freeman   Click HERE for the full page article Excerpt from Playful Appraoches to Serious Problems, W.W. Norton , 1997. Our theoretical foray having come to its end, we offer an extended example of Michael White and

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Expressive Arts Workshop Materials (Expanded Version)

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Expressive Arts Workshop Materials (Expanded Version) Jennifer Freeman   Click HERE for the full page article MULTI-MODAL EXPRESSIVE /NARRATIVE PROCESS (EXPANDED VERSION) Meditation Guided relaxation. Be centered. Contact your inner-guide, your wisdom or sense of resourcefulness. Find a still/empty space. Allow an externalized problem to present itself. At any point in the process, you can

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Expressive Arts Workshop Materials

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Expressive Arts Workshop Materials Jennifer Freeman   Click HERE for the full page article MULTI-MODAL NARRATIVE/EXPRESSIVE PLAY Meditate Guided relaxation. Be centered, contact inner wisdom/ resourcefulness. Find a still/ empty space. Allow an externalized problem to present itself. NB: It is OK if during the process, the problem changes or mutates. Best to just trust

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Annals of the New Dave: Status: Abled, Disabled, or Weirdly Abled

Annals of the New Dave: Status: abled, disabled, or weirdly abled1 Chronicled by David Epston, Dean Lobovits, and Jennifer Freeman With an introduction by Sharon Murphy Click HERE for the full page article     This paper is a good one to read for those of you interested a narrative therapy approach to what is referred

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Reflections on the Peace Family Project: One Family’s Story

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Reflections on The Peace Family Project: One Family’s Story DEAN LOBOVITS & JENNIFER FREEMAN   Click HERE for the full page article Dean and Jenny have been recruiting families that are beset by Tempers, Fighting, Bickering, and other forms of contention to join others in becoming a “Peace Family.” Dean came upon this idea interviewing

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Expressive Arts Therapy

Expressive Arts Therapy JENNIFER FREEMAN, DAVID EPSTON, & DEAN LOBOVITS Click HERE for the full page article  Before:  “Worry” On Jenna’s Back         After:  Jenna says “Phhft” to Worry   Drawn in by the adventure of overcoming an externalized problem, many young people open up and engage actively in verbal conversation. But,

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