Month: March 2015

Narratives for change

  Stories create reality. For better or worse this is a true statement. This has been known for some time by a branch of psychotherapy called narrative therapy. Many clients have ‘problem saturated’ narratives that create a focus on all the things that are wrong in their lives. This can lead to depression and a

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The AIT approach to Organisational Trauma

  This is a comparatively new field in business and organisational coaching. I have two ways of looking at trauma in organisations. Firstly, as a systemic psychotherapist I am trained to analyse and solve problems in systems. A system could be a family, a couple or a business team. Typically this approach looks at issues

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