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Probably Australia’s best known export to the therapy world, the model of Narrative Therapy is used with individuals, families and communities worldwide. It is particularly well supported in its use with Indigenous peoples. But Narrative Therapy is a pretty different. It requires a different way of thinking, leading to a unique use of language. How can a rural practitioner begin? Join Peregrine Director Rebecca Sng as she chats to David Newman from Sydney Narrative Therapy about how someone might get started with this groundbreaking model of therapy.

Book: What is Narrative Therapy? By Alice Morgan

Article: Commonly asked questions about narrative approaches – The Dulwich Centre

Book excerpt: Telling Our Stories in Ways that Make Us Stronger by Barb Wingard and Jane Lester

Book chapter: Co-Research: The Making of an Alternative Knowledge by David Epston

Article: Holding our heads up: Sharing stories not stigma after losing a loved one to suicide

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