Working with Children

                                                       a short list courtesy of Capa Casale, LSW, MFT

  • Maybe Days: A Book for Children in Foster Care, by Jennifer Wilgocki and Marcia Kahn Wright
  • Amazing You! Getting Smart About Your Private Parts, by Dr. Gail Saltz
  • A Touching Book for Little People and for Big Peple, by JanHindman
  • When Mom and Dad Separate: Children Can Learn to Cope With Grief from Divorce, by Marge Heegaard
  • Some Parts are Not for Sharing,  by Julie K. Federico
  • Telling Isn't Tattling, by Kathryn M Hammerseng


Northern NV

Professional

Resources

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Maps of Narrative Practice by Michael White

  • Collaborative Therapy with Multi-Stressed Families by William C Madsen
  • Bereavement Support Groups; Breathing life into stories of the dead by Lorraine Hedike   *a useful tool!*
  • Playful approaches to serious problems; Narrative therapy with children and their families by Jennifer Freeman, David Epston, and Dean Lobovits  *for working with children!*
  • Retelling the stories of our lives; Everyday narrative therapy to draw inspiration and transform experience by David Denborough  *good for clients at some point*
  • Biting the hand that starves you; Inspiring resistance to anorexia and bulimia by Richard Matsel, David Epston, and Dee Borden
  • Narrative therapy; Theories of psychotherapy series by Stephen Madigan
  • Acts of meaning by Jerome Bruner
  • Narrative means to therapeutic ends by Michael White and David Epston
  • Narrative therapy; The social construction of preferred realities by Jill Freedman and Gene Combs
  • Narrative therapy with couples and a whole lot  more!; A collection of papers, essays, and exercises by Gene Combs and Jill Freedman


Narrative Therapy Books

a short list courtesy of Wayne & Laura McCauliffe, MFTs

LITERARY RESOURCES       Our list of contributors 

                                                   is still growing

Mental Health Peer Connections

A non profit organization, dedicated to providing resources and educational workshops to mental health professionals in Northern nevada