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Narrative Research In Groups

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Exploratory Research on the Effectiveness of Narrative Therapy Practices

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Is narrative therapy effective in outpatient mental health group work? This research uses narrative group therapy designs to outline the potentials for treatment measures in group process for people seeking community mental health support and treatment services. This exploratory qualitative research design is a platform for further study, with attempts to bridge what’s known in practice and what is measurable in group work research. Results of this analysis identify insight, cohesion and catharsis as primary components in measuring group process when using narrative approaches. Implications of these findings for practice and research are discussed.

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A Power Point for a recent experiential session at AASWG International Symposium Workshop featuring the instruments of storytelling while exploring its measurements, theories and potentials in group work.

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