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    [presented by] American Psychological Association ; produced by Governors State University, Division of Digital Learning and Media Design ; producer/director, Jon M. Tullos.
    Stephen Madigan demonstrates his post structural approach to narrative therapy, originally developed by David Epston and Michael White. Narrative therapy is informed by the anti-individualist idea that people are multistoried and multisited--that is, people have many interacting narratives in their lives, and problems are neither located nor privatized inside the body. The purpose of narrative therapy is a rich engagement in the re-storying of people's lives and relationships. Madigan highlights how narrative therapy practice is based in the re-consideration, re-appreciation, and re-authoring of clients' preferred lives and relationships. In this series of six sessions, Madigan works with a man in his 50s who talks about his struggle with anxiety.