narrative therapy


narrative therapy
/ˈnærətɪv θɛrəpi/ (say 'naruhtiv theruhpee)

noun Psychology
a therapeutic technique which encourages people to analyse the dominant story of their lives and to construct more positive stories for themselves in the future.

Australian English dictionary. 2014.

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