El lenguaje en la terapia narrativa
Beltran Puentes, Ingrid
Villa García, Valentina
The assignment consists of a theoretical revision of the recent literature related to the use of language of the therapist from narrative therapy, which is understood as an alternative intervention based on the framework of the systemic family model. Narrative therapy understands intervention as a dialogical space, in which a new story emerges through the relationship established between therapist and consultant. The therapist seeks to co-construct alternative stories by externalizing the problem, for which he or she uses tools as questions, analogies, metaphors, rites and written elements. It was found that at present various (several) authors provide conceptualizations about the narrative model, but the depth of the use of narrative therapy is not fully known in empirical studies.