Brief Narrative Practice in Single-Session Therapy emphasizes collaboration, meaning making, and relational ethics in single-session conversations. Chapters provide a thorough orientation to the therapy and address the diverse circumstances clinicians face in these conversations.

"As a practitioner and trainer of brief narrative therapy, I am interested in working in ways that attend to social justice and to co-creating conversations that are competency-focused, respectful and curious, so this is a book that I am really excited about! Brief Narrative Practice in Single-Session Therapy is for those that want to go beyond techniques and discover ways to integrate postmodern ethics with clear and inspiring ways of practicing single session therapy."

-Karen Young, MSW, RSW, director of Windz Centre, Ontario, Canada

"For those who want to discover how our stories are influenced by the politics of the world around us, engage in the ethics of intentional curiosity as resistance against medicalization of pain, and learn to be alongside communities and people as experts of their own lives, this book demonstrates ethics in practice. As a practitioner and teacher of narrative practices, I highly recommend this book for the carefulness and the skilled ways in which the stories have been written."

-Dr. Raviraj Shetty, MOTh, co-founder of Narrative Practices India Collective, Mumbai, India

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