Dr. John Winslade conducts a therapy session with a client struggling with low self-esteem. Using a Narrative Therapy approach, Dr. Winslade respectfully and collaboratively examines the stories that inform and shape his client's experience and listens for the history and pattern of how those stories are constructed. After separating the stories that work from those non-preferred problematic stories, Winslade guides the client in authoring more satisfying, preferable stories of strength and hope. With compassion, genuine listening, and acceptance Dr. Winslade provides a profound example of how to embody Narrative Therapy principles in the therapy session. Following the main session, Dr. Winslade reflects upon the session with guest Dr. Gerald Monk in the Narrative Therapy tradition of respect, reflection, and transparency.
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