Welcome to this presentation from central Australia by Amanda Worrall, in which she discusses the skills and knowledges of parents in circumstances in which a child is diagnosed with schizophrenia. We’ve also included a paper by Amanda on the same topic.
This presentation is aimed at an audience of people who have done training in counselling and therapy and who are interested in engaging with narrative therapy ideas. If you are working with people experiencing significant mental health struggles and/or their families and are interested in using narrative ideas in this context, we would suggest you attend training and seek out supervision and consultation with experienced narrative practitioners. If you would like suggestions in relation to this please write c/o email@example.com
Further reading (free to download)
When your child is diagnosed with schizophrenia: The skills and knowledges of parents by Amanda Worrall. This paper was originally published in the International Journal of Narrative Therapy and Community Work