Narrative Therapy

Narrative Therapy

Narrative Therapy was developed in the 1980s by Michael White and David Epston, who believed that we are shaped by the stories we believe about ourselves. It aims to work collaboratively with clients to explore their stories  about their lives, look at their meaning, how they were formed and whose voice may be telling them.

Narrative therapy aims to help the client to see themselves as separate from the story they have learned to believe  and maybe tell it from a richer and more preferred perspective.

This form of therapy can offers lots of opportunity for creative exploration, outdoor therapy, and group work.






BACP Counsellor Leanne Jones

Leanne Jones NCS