Nyskabende idéer og praksisformer

David Marsten

I am fortunate to be able to work in a narrative bubble though occasionally it pops and I am forced to interact in the “real” world. But for the most part I work in a poststructural realm. On Wednesdays I spend the day with a colleague, Duncan Wigg, in a narrative training clinic he runs in Irvine, California. Together we provide training and supervision for masters level students. On Fridays I am in my own clinic, Miracle Mile Community Practice, where I facilitate training and supervision for a group of sixteen interns who are developing narrative skills. The rest of the week I am in private practice.  In addition, I am co-raising my 2-year-old son, Ezra. In between all of these activities I find time when I can for writing and travel. This chapter is intended as an introduction to narrative therapy with a particular emphasis on elements of narrative structure.