Recursos para profesionales

Recursos

Está página incluye recursos para profesionales interesados en las prácticas narrativas. Intentaremos reunir toda la bibliografía existente sobre la terapia narrativa y la terapia narrativa comunitaria, tanto libros como artículos, vídeos y presentaciones en congresos.

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Publicaciones en español

MICHAEL WHITE Y DAVID EPSTON

LIBROS

  • White, M. y Epston, D. (1993). Medios narrativos para fines terapéuticos. Barcelona: Gedisa.
  • White, M. (2002a). Reescribir la vida. Entrevistas y ensayos. Barcelona: Gedisa. (En español: Re-authoring lives: Interviews and Essays).
  • White, M. (2002b). El enfoque narrativo en la experiencia de los terapeutas. Barcelona: Gedisa.

 

OTROS AUTORES

LIBROS

  • Payne, M. (2002). Terapia narrativa. Barcelona: Paidós.

PUBLICACIONES EN REVISTAS

  • Chimpen C., Dumitrascu, A. y Montesano, A. (2014). Un enfoque narrativo en la prevención de la violencia escolar: el árbol de la vida y los documentos colectivos. Revista de Psicoterapia, vol. 25, nº 98, págs. 41-59.
  • Tarragona, M. (2006). Las terapias posmodernas: una breve introducción a la terapia colaborativa, la terapia narrativa y la terapia centrada en soluciones. Psicología conductual, 14 (3): 511-532.

VÍDEOS

Publicaciones en otros idiomas

MICHAEL WHITE Y DAVID EPSTON

LIBROS

  •     Epston, D., & White, M. (1992). Experience, contradiction, narrative and imagination: Selected papers of David Epston & Michael White, 1989-1991. Adelaide, South Australia: Dulwich Centre Publications.
  •     White, M., & Epston, D. (1989). Literate means to therapeutic ends. Adelaide, South Australia: Dulwich Centre Publications.
  •     White, M., & Epston, D. (1990). Narrative means to therapeutic ends. New York: W. W. Norton.
  •     White, M., & Morgan, A. (2006). Narrative therapy with children and their families. Adelaide, South Australia: Dulwich Centre Publications.
  •     White, M. (1995). Re-authoring lives: Interviews and essays. Adelaide, South Australia: Dulwich Centre Publications.
  •     White, M. (1997). Narratives of therapists’ lives. Adelaide, South Australia: Dulwich Centre Publications.
  •     White, M. (2000). Reflections on narrative practice. Adelaide, South Australia: Dulwich Centre Publications.
  •     White, M. (2004). Narrative practice and exotic lives: Resurrecting diversity in everyday life. Adelaide, South Australia: Dulwich Centre Publications.
  •     White, M. (2007). Maps of narrative practice. New York, NY: W. W. Norton.
  •     White, M. (2011). Narrative practice: Continuing the conversations (D. Denborough, Ed.), New York, NY: W.W. Norton.

PUBLICACIONES EN REVISTAS

  •     Epston, D., White, M. & Murray, K. (1993). A proposal for a re-authoring therapy. Rose’s revisioning of her life and a commentary. In S. McNamee, K. J. & Gergen (Eds.), Therapy as social construction. London: Sage Publications.
  •     Epston, D. & White, M. (1990). Consulting your consultants: The documentation of alternative knowledges. Dulwich Centre Newsletter, No.4.
  •     Epston, D. & White, M. (1995). Consulting your consultants: A means to the co-construction of alternative knowledges. In Friedman, S. (Ed.), The feflecting team in action. New York: Guilford Press.
  •     Epston, D. & White, M. (1995). Termination as a rite of passage: Questioning strategies for a therapy of inclusion. In R. Neimeyer, & M. Mahoney (Edss), Constructivism in psychotherapy. Washington DC: American Psychological Association.
  •     White, M., Heins, T., Cooper, D. & Petrovic, L. (1980). Family therapy for chronic childhood asthma. Australian Journal of Family Therapy, 1(2).
  •     White, M. & Epston, D. (1985). Consulting your consultants’ consultants. Melbourne, V.A.F.T.
  •     White, M. & Epston, D. (1991). A conversation about AIDS and dying. Dulwich Centre Newsletter, No.2.
  •     White, M. & Epston, D. (1997). The by-pass operation: An approach to feeding problems in young children. In J. Freedman, D. Epston, & D. Lobovits, (Eds.), Playful approaches to serious problems: Narrative therapy with children and their families. New York: W.W.Norton.
  •     White, M. (1979). Distant family treatment – A case of school phobia. Australian Paediatric Journal, 15, 187-189.
  •     White, M. (1979). Structural and strategic approaches to psychosomatic families. Family Process, 18(3).
  •     White, M. (1980). Systemic task setting in family therapy. Australian Journal of Family Therapy, 1(4).
  •     White, M. (1983). Anorexia nervosa: A transgenerational system perspective. Family Process, 18(3).
  •     White, M. (1983). Psychosomatic problems. In M. Texto (Ed.), Helping families with special problems. New York: Jason Aronson.
  •     White, M. (1984). Marital therapy: Practical approaches to long-standing problems. The Australian Journal of Family Therapy, 4(1).
    –      Reprinted in Familiendynamik, West Germany, 1985.
  •     White, M. (1984). Pseudo-encopresis: From avalanche to victory, from vicious to virtuous cycles. Family Systems Medicine, 2(2).
    –      Reprinted in Family Therapy Journal, Argentina.
  •     White, M. (1985). Fear busting and monster taming: An approach to the fears of young children. Dulwich Centre Review.
    –      Reprinted in German as Kinderangste und familiare Interaktion. Familiendynamik, 1986.
  •     White, M. (1986). Anorexia nervosa: A cybernetic perspective. In J. Elka-Harkaway (Ed.) Eating disorders and family therapy. New York: Aspen.
    –      Reprinted in Dulwich Centre Review, 1986.
  •     White, M. (1986). Couple therapy: Urgency for sameness or appreciation of difference. Dulwich Centre Newsletter, Summer.
    –      Reprinted in Family Therapy Journal, Argentina, 1988.
  •     White, M. (1986). Family escape from trouble. Case Studies, 1(1).
  •     White, M. (1986). Negative explanation, restraint and double description: A template for family therapy. Family Process, 25(2).
  •     White, M. (1986). Ritual of inclusion: An approach to extreme uncontrolled behaviour in children and young adolescents. Dulwich Centre Review.
    –      Reprinted in 1994 in Journal of Child and Youth Care, Vol.9 No.2, Canada.
  •     White, M. (1986). The conjoint therapy of men who are violent and the women with whom they live. Dulwich Centre Newsletter, Spring.
  •     White, M. (1987). Family therapy and schizophrenia: Addressing the ‘in-the-corner’ lifestyle. Dulwich Centre Newsletter, Spring.
  •     White, M. (1988). Assumptions and therapy. Dulwich Centre Newsletter, Autumn.
  •     White, M. (1988). Saying hello again: The incorporation of the lost relationship in the resolution of grief. Dulwich Centre Newsletter, Spring.
  •     White, M. (1988). The process of questioning: A therapy of literary merit. Dulwich Centre Newsletter, Winter.
    –      Reprinted in German as ‘Der Vorgang der Befragung: ein literarisch wertvolle therapie?’ Familiendynamik, 14 (2) , 1989.
  •     White, M. (1988/89). The externalizing of the problem and the re-authoring of lives and relationships. Dulwich Centre Newsletter, Summer.
    –      Translated and reprinted in Swedish, Spanish and Italian publications.
  •     White, M. (1989/90). Family therapy training and supervision in a world of experience and narrative. Dulwich Centre Newsletter, Summer.
  •     White, M. (1990). Consultation interviews and accountability. Dulwich Centre Newsletter, No.4.
  •     White, M. (1991). Deconstruction and therapy. Dulwich Centre Newsletter, No.2.
    –      Reprinted in S. Gilligan (Ed.), Therapeutic conversations. New York: W.W.Norton.
    –      Reprinted in 1997 in Flemish in Migerode, L. & Rober, P.(Eds.), Conversaties en Verhalen. Netherlands: Garant.
    –      Reprinted in 1998 in French in Cahiers E. Godbeter-Merinfeld (Ed.), Paris, Brusxelles: De Boeck Universit (Constructivisme et Constructionisme Social: Auz Limites de la Systemique).
    –      Reprinted in 1997 in German in Herausgegeben von Jochen Schweitzer, Arnold Retzer und Hans Rudi Fischer (Eds.) Frankfurt am Main: Suhrkamp Taschenbuch. Wissenschaft Systemische Praxis und Postmoderne.
  •     White, M. (1992). Men’s culture, the men’s movement, and the constitution of men’s lives. Dulwich Centre Newsletter, No.3.
    –      Reprinted 1996 in Men’s ways of being. New York: Westview Press.
  •     White, M. (1993). Histories of the present. In S. Gilligan (Ed.), Therapeutic conversations. New York: W.W.Norton.
  •     White, M. (1997). Challenging the culture of consumption: Rites of passage and communities of acknowledgement. Dulwich Centre Newsletter, Nos.2&3.
  •     White, M. (1997). Comportamenti e loro determinanti o azioni e loro senso. Metafore sistemiche e narrative. Connessioni Centro Milanese di Terapia della Famiglia no 1.
  •     White, M. (1997).  The Mouse stories. In White, C. & Hales, J. (Eds.), The personal is the professional: Therapists reflect on their families, lives and work. South Australia: Dulwich Centre Publications.
  •     White, M. (1999). Reflecting-team work as definitional ceremony revisited. Gecko: A Journal of Deconstruction and Narrative Ideas in Therapeutic Practice, (2), 55-82.
  •     White, M. (2001). Folk psychology and narrative practice. Dulwich Centre Journal, No.2.
  •     White, M. (2001). Narrative practice and the unpacking of identity conclusions. Gecko: A Journal of Deconstruction and Narrative Ideas in Therapeutic Practice, (1), 28-55.
  •     White, M. (2002). Addressing personal failure. The International Journal of Narrative Therapy and Community Work, No.3.
  •     White, M. (2002). Journey metaphors. The International Journal of Narrative Therapy and Community Work, No.4.
  •     White, M. (2003). Narrative practice and community assignments. The International Journal of Narrative Therapy and Community Work, No.2.
  •     White, M. (2004). Working with people who are suffering the consequences of multiple trauma: A narrative perspective. The International Journal of Narrative Therapy and Community Work, No.1.
  •     White, M. (2005). Children, trauma and subordinate storyline development. The International Journal of Narrative Therapy and Community Work, Nos.3&4.

 

OTROS AUTORES

LIBROS

  • Angus, L. E., Lewin, J., Bouffard, B. y Rotondi-Trevisan, D. (2004). “What is the story?”. Working with narrative in Experiential Psychotherapy. En L. E. Angus y J.McLeod (Eds.), The handbook of Narrative Psychotherapy: Practice, theory and research (pp. 87-101). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
  • Denborough, D. (2008). Collective narrative practice. Adelaide: Dulwich Center Publications.
  • Epston, D. (2008b). Down under and up over: travels with narrative therapy. Warrington, England: AFT Publishing Ltd.
  • Freedman, J. & Combs, G. (1996). Narrative therapy. The social construction of preferred realities. New York: Norton & Norton.
  • Freedman, J. & Combs, G. (2002) Narrative therapy with couples…and a whole lot more! A collection of papers, essays and exercises. Adelaide, Australia: Dulwich Centre Publications.
  • Greenberg, L. S. & Angus, L. E. (2004). The contribution of emotion processes to narrative change: A dialectical-constructivist approach. En L. E. Angus y J. McLeod (Eds.), The handbook of Narrative Psychotherapy: Practice, theory and research (pp. 331-350). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
  • Madigan, S. (2011). Narrative Therapy. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
  • Maisel, R., Epston, D. & Borden, A. (2004). Bitting the hand that straves you. Inspiring resistance to anorexia/bulimia. New York. London: W.W. Norton & Company.
  • Morgan, A. (2000). What is narrative therapy? Adelaide: Dulwich Centre Publications.
  • Parry, A. & Doan, R.E. (1994). Story re-visions. Narrative therapy in the postmodern world. New York: The Guilford Press.
  • Russell, S. & CAREY, M. (2004). Narrative therapy: responding to your questions. Adelaide: Dulwich Centre Publications.
  • Waldergrave, C., Tamasese, K., Thuaka, F. & Campbell, W. (2003). Just therapy - a journey. A collection of papers from the Just Therapy Team, New Zealand. Adelaide, Australia: Dulwich Centre Publications.
  • Yuen, A. & White, C. (2007). Conversations about gender, culture, violence and narrative practice. Stories of hope and complexity from women of many culture.

 PUBLICACIONES EN REVISTAS

  • Richert, A. J. (2002). The self narrative therapy: Thoughts from a humanistic/extential perspective. Journal of Psychotherapy Integration, 12(1), 77-104.
  • Wingard, B. (2010). A conversation with lateral violence. The International Journal of Narrative Practice and Community Work. Nº 1.

VÍDEOS

 

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