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.
Co-Researching Anti and Pro Bulimic Practices in Therapy LINDA  AND DAVID EPSTON Click HERE for the full page article David: Before we started recording, you were reflecting on Sally commenting- “I am shrinking inside’ when with her consent,
Anti-Anorexic and Anti-Bulimic Co-Research in Action: Upping the anti, and Planned Retreats LORAINE GRIEVES, DAVID EPSTON, EVA, RHONDA AND REBECCA Click HERE for the full page article 12th April, 2001 LETTER 1. Dear David, I wanted to let
Co-Research: The Making of an Alternative Knowledge DAVID EPSTON Click HERE for the full page article PUBLISHED BY: narrativeapproaches.com (all rights reserved) CO-RESEARCH – THE MAKING OF AN ALTERNATIVE KNOWLEDGE Note: An Abridged Version of this paper was Published
Exposing Perfectionism: A Conversation VICTORIA, LONA, CHLOE, & DAVID EPSTON Click HERE for the full page article CHAPTER ONE: THE PROJECT PROPOSAL EMAIL 1, OCT 23RD 2003, VICTORIA TO DAVID: Victoria: I am struggling with a whole lot of
Relational Co-Research in Narrative Training and Supervision DEAN LOBOVITS, M.A., AND EMILY C. SEIDEL, M.S.W Click HERE for the full page article ABSTRACT Therapists are traditionally trained to research and analyze persons and groups with respect to their “normal”