The Vancouver Anti-anorexia/Anti-bulimia League: Stephen Madigan (2012)

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In the mid-1990’s Stephen Madigan was able to stretch and build beyond David Epston’s initial League idea. Together with a group of women (and their communities of concern) who were suffering/rediscovering their lives back from anorexia and bulimia – we formed the Vancouver Anti-anorexia/bulimia League. There were many novel difference from the ideas first conception: The Vancouver Anti-anorexia/bulimia League met with each other as a group, in person for therapy; we presented workshops and wrote articles together, we established the League as a non-profit and had an office, we published a monthly magazine and working as a grass roots political organization League members often taught anti-anorexia ideology in primary and secondary level schools.

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Stephen Madigan PhD

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Stephen Madigan is an award winning narrative therapist and best selling author of Narrative Therapy – theory and practice. He is the Director of the Vancouver School for Narrative Therapy and invented the new practice of narrative therapy informed Relational Interviewing with couple relationships. He is consultant supervisor of Norway’s National Couple Conflict Team and…




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