Narrative Therapy Questions
Provide a brief narrative review of the following narrative therapy techniques and their implications in this model of therapy:
Externalizing the problem.
Identifying the effects of the problem over her life.
Mapping unique outcomes, or times that she had influence over the problem.
Using Case Study: Narrative Therapy , formulate questions that demonstrate the use of the techniques when working with the cases presenting issues.
Then, create a dialogue between the therapist and client by imagining the client’s or clients’ response to the questions. Include the dialogue you created, which comprises all questions and responses.
Note: Include headings to delineate where the respective techniques are being best demonstrated in the dialogue. Keep in mind that some concepts or techniques do not begin and end with a section of dialogue but are pervasive throughout the therapeutic process.
Reflect on the concepts you identified and your experience while viewing the video in Unit 7 Study, Re-authoring Through Stories of Caring. Consider the following:
Aspects of their exploration that stand out to you as being unique to the typical experiences of the brother and sister. How do you see this as beneficial for them?
How did the video impact your understanding of the model and concepts?
Case Study: Collaborative Therapy Perspective
Review Case Study: Midori . This week, consider Midori’s situation from a collaborative therapy perspective. Then, write a post that addresses the following:
Who would the clinician want to attend the majority of sessions from this perspective? Why?
What do you think the role of the therapist would be from this perspective? Describe.
How do you think the assessment process would look like from this perspective? Describe.
Who or what would be the target of intervention, and what would be the examples of specific interventions that would be used from this perspective?
Is this a strength-based model or a deficit-based model of therapy? Explain.
What is the theory of change from this perspective?