Narrative psychotherapy was introduced as a psychotherapeutic method by Australian psychotherapist Michael White and New Zealand psychotherapist David Epston (White & Epston, 1990).
According to this method, the "retelling" of the stories of the individual, both in the present, in the past and in the future acts therapeutically because the person converses differently with his environment, himself and his significant others.
- Focused on finding solutions
- Disconnect problem and person
- Creating different experiences that work as alternatives
- Enhancing the "speech" of the volume with the environment
- Ideal for group psychotherapy
"Human is human and the problem is the problem"
- Michael White