Stephen brings you the 2nd part of the Anti-bulimia session and demonstrates how unique counter-stories emerge through landscape of action and land of identity questions
Stephen begins this session by exploring what the name is the client gives to the problem and - begins the process to relationally externalize the problem. The name of the problem changes as the sessions go on.
The re-hearing/re-telling of the notes from the previous session acts as a reflective surface to explore the companion stories of loss and hope through landscapes of action and identity questions
Co-researching of insider knowledges are viewed as a crucial part of thickening the counter-story in narrative therapy. Counter-stories, insider knowledge, and consulting your consultants conversations are explored.
In the live & interactiveVSNT faculty discuss Stephen's Anti-anorexia session as a backdrop to discussing a wide range of narrative questions and positions including the scaffolding and timing of relational questions, historical unique outcomes, character and ethos, counter-storying, and reauthoring imagined future possibilities.