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date: 03 December 2022

White, Michaellocked

White, Michaellocked

  • Phylis J. PetermanPhylis J. PetermanDepartment of Social Work, Rutgers University

Summary

Michael White (1948–2008), academic, researcher, adventurer, and athlete, is known as a leading developer of narrative family therapy. Narrative family therapy focuses on empowerment, strengths, and collaboration and positions people as the experts in their own lives. The theory has application in problem solving and conflict resolution with diverse groups.

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  • Biographies
  • Clinical and Direct Practice

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