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Narrative Therapy: Korea's Turn to New Possibilities in Health and Human Services
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  • Narrative Therapy: Korea's Turn to New Possibilities in Health and Human Services
  • 내러티브접근 (이야기치료) -한국의 휴먼서비스, 새로운 가능성으로 방향을 전환하다-
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Sun Hae Lee
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2014년|22권 4호(통권44호)|pp.391-405 (15 pages)
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한국가족치료학회|한국
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영문초록

Objectives: The purpose of this article was to provide an overview of the development of narrative therapy in South Korea. Methods: The review and analysis made here were based on sources such as articles from academic journals, theses or dissertations; records and proceedings of conferences and seminars on topics related to narrative therapy; and personal communication and interviews with key figures in the area. Results: The author provides a short history of the narrative therapy approach and discussed the current status of the model, issues of education and training, and characteristics of research on narrative therapy in South Korea. Conclusions: The author proposes the significance of the developments discussed in the article and suggests areas of improvement.

국문초록

본 논문의 목적은 한국에서 진행된 내러티브접근의 발전상에 대한 개괄적 이해를 도모하기 위한 것이다. 이를 위해 학술지, 학위논문, 학술대회 및 세미나 자료집, 해당 분야 주요 인물들에 대한 면접 등 자료를 검토 분석하였다. 결과에서 한국의 이야기치료의 약사를 구성 제시하였으며 그간 국내에서 이야기치료에 관해 이루어진 연구들을 검색하고 분석하여 전반적 특징을 분석하였다. 이를 토대로 결 론에서는 한국에서 이야기치료의 발전이 던져주는 시사점을 논의하고 개선점을 제안하였다.

목차

Ⅰ. Introduction
Ⅱ. Narrative Therapy in Korea: A Brief History
Ⅲ. Education and training of narrative therapy
Ⅳ. Publications on narrative therapy
Ⅴ. Conversations to continue
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