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Narrative Practice [Hardcover]

Michael White
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April 5 2011 0393706923 978-0393706925
Michael White's death deprived therapists of a leading light. Here, available for the first time in book form, is a collection of the work he left behind-writings on topics dear to the psychotherapeutic world: turning points in therapy, couples therapy and narrative responses to trauma.

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Hearing Michael speak again through these pages was a real thrill! David Denborough, Cheryl, and David Epston have fulfilled a major labor of love in drawing out some marvelous gems from Michael s unpublished works. Through their efforts, Michael extends his contributions to narrative theory and practice.... An enlivening read! --Karl Tomm, MD, Professor of Psychiatry, Faculty of Medicine at the University of Calgary"

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Michael White, one of the inventors of narrative therapy, died in 2008.

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5.0 out of 5 stars A tribute and an introduction May 1 2011
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For those who believe that the late Michael White was one of the great therapists, this collection of writings--culled from his unpublished manuscripts--is a welcome addition to the fraction of his writing that is readily available. In her Epilogue, Cheryl White offers a useful discussion of the biographical and social context in which Michael formed his ideas. Readers previously unfamiliar with Michael White's work will find these short papers an excellent introduction. Scholars of narrative, as well as clinicians, will find many ideas to ponder and develop in this rich collection. In particular, Michael's adaptation of Michel Foucault's philosophy is probably the most creative "applied Foucault" to be found. Beyond therapy or Foucault, however, this is a great book about being human.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Is a very different way of seeing therapy Dec 30 2012
By Marta Rivera - Published on Amazon.com
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I love this book. It has been very helpful in my work, and Michael ways of thinking has changed my view of life. This narrative therapy has been useful in my work and in my life.
The way it is written, sharing experiences in a very humble way, no difficult or complicated ideas. Practical. The way it talks about responsibility or men behavior is so human. The way so understanding he speaks with a relative of a person who commits suicide, the way he shares his experience without being arrogant, as been equals...
He has a very good chapter about the turning points in the way he works therapy.
The introduction of David Epson is like a long letter to a beloved friend and colleague...
Is so nice to read it!
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5.0 out of 5 stars catching up with Michael White April 5 2011
By Mark Gordon - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Hardcover
Many a time listening to Michael White during training programs or at conferences as part of his keynote presentations there were times when I'd want to pause just to try and better understand what was being shared. My hand written notes could rarely keep up. With this book, a number of Michael White's significant writings that contributed to his teaching and presentations are being shared for the first time. As noted by David Denborough and quoting Clifford Geertz (1983). This book has been about 'rescuing the said from the saying of it'.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Michael White is always worth reading July 17 2012
By Jennykching - Published on Amazon.com
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A must read for narrative therapy fans. Enjoyable, stimulating and refreshing. Though White can occasionally be a bit confusing, it's always worth perservering, as his basic humanity and revolutionary take on "mental illness" is a much needed antidote to potentially oppressive mainstream mental health approaches, which pathologise the individual, making a disease of perfectly understandable responses to stress, trauma and a pathogenic culture. i.e. the Western consumerist culture, which encourages us to constantly focus on our deficiencies and "failures". If you, as a therapist, want a book that will help you to empower your client, this is one that I would recommend.
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5.0 out of 5 stars book review Sept. 18 2011
By Mr. J. Adams - Published on Amazon.com
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This book probably represents the final work of Michael white barring anymore unexpected discoveries. Friends and colleagues give fitting
tributes to him and his work, and lovingly and respectfully present these final previously unpublished works on various areas of interest to the field of family therapy and narrative therapy.

Highly recommended.
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