To Christchurch with Love: Story 1, The Renewal of Bravery

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To Christchurch with Love: Story 1, The Renewal of Bravery David Epston   Click HERE for the full page article This was conceived in response to learning that many young people were finding it difficult to go very far from their homes except to designated safe havens such as their schools.  Parents were also growing

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To Christchurch with Love: Story 2

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To Christchurch with Love: Story 2 David Epston     Click HERE for the full page article Advice to Parents/grandparents/uncle and aunts/neighbours/school teachers/professional helpers on ‘transfusing bravery’ to those who have lost some of their bravery and now need a ‘refill’(or ‘recharge’): Young people, under stressful or traumatic circumstances eg. home invasion, natural disaster, accident

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The Corner: Clients who inspired you

The Corner: Clients who inspired you DAVID EPSTON Journal of Systemic Therapies, Vol. 30, No. 1, 2011, pp. 84–96 Click HERE for the full page article Last time, I proposed, thanks to a chance comment of Peggy Sax that “some clients bring out the best in us,” that perhaps someone might be interested in contributing

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The Corner: Stories this time

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The Corner: Stories this time DAVID EPSTON Journal of Systemic Therapies, Vol. 29, No. 4, 2010, pp. 92–102 Click HERE for the full page article I just learned that my introduction to what this Corner might be about has reached you recently, although it has not yet made its way to faraway New Zealand. For

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