"How do narratives develop during infancy and childhood? This program gives an understanding of the psychological world of children and adults. How can we speak of a historical validity in the personal narratives that our patients construct in their lives?This program investigates how individuals organize and reorganize their lives and its meaning. Since most therapists deal with narratives related by adults, this program considers the effects of narratives in clinical treatment. "


Conference Recordings
Presenter(s) Robert Emde, Joy Osofsky, James Grotstein, Joan Lang
Series Legacy
Time 6 hours
Year 1992
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