Table of contents for Narrative counseling in schools : powerful & brief / John M. Winslade, Gerald D. Monk.


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Preface
About the Authors
1. What is Narrative Counseling All About?
We Live Through Stories
A Narrative Counseling Scenario
2. Doing Narrative Counseling: A Step-by-Step Guide
A Learning Guide
Obstacles to Narrative Practice
Counselor as Collaborator
Starting Assumptions
Attitudes to Bring Into the Room
Specific Narrative Methods
3. Reworking Reputations
The Discourse of Schooling
School Descriptions
The Power of the Teacher
Deficit Discourse
Resistance
4. Conversations With Kids Who Are "In Trouble"
Trouble With Stealing
Trouble in the Classroom
Trouble With ADHD
Trouble With Abusive Behavior
Trouble With Truancy
Trouble Enrolling a New Student
Restorative Practices
Counseling and Discipline
5. Working in a Narrative Way With Groups, Classes, and Communities: Beyond an Exclusive Focus on the Individiual
Accountability Practices
Working With the Larger School Community
Building Communities of Concern
Group Work Programs
Working With a Whole Class
Classroom Guidance Lessons
Starting Conversations With a School
Conclusion
Reading List
References
Index



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Educational counseling.
Narrative therapy.
Interpersonal relations.