A history of group therapy at ProChoices, responding to the sense of isolation in the community
In January of 2017, ProChoices launched a call out for community consultants to participate in the development of a council
A ‘not-knowing intention’ reflective stance can help therapists engage an exploration of the problem story as experienced by clients
When clients walk into the room, many carry a similar story to the one I held when I began my studies
The power of meta-narratives: A personal account of the political
Conversations with therapists on working with the ripple effects of hate crime and fear
“Sure,” you may say, “y’all are Feminist, Narrative Therapists, but what does that even mean?
This blog is a log, in more ways than one. Imagine meandering though a wood on a damp evening