Some Historical Conditions of Narrative Work / Beels, Christian C.
In: Family Process. - Roč. 48, č. 3, s. 363-378. - 2009
Written to honor the immense contribution of Michael White as a leader in the development of narrative therapy, this historical essay contrasts the origins of psychoanalysis, family therapy and narrative therapy. Changes in the understanding of therapeutic strategies, methods of training and supervision, styles of leadership, the involvement of audiences in the therapeutic and training processes, and conceptions of the nature of the mind are described.