Browsing by Author "Winslade, John"

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  • Mediation with a focus on discursive positioning

    Winslade, John (Wiley Periodicals, Inc., A Wiley Company, 2006)
    This article advances some alternative theoretical bases for understanding conflict and building mediation practice on the basis of constructionist social theory in general and on positioning theory in particular. It ...
  • Michael White: Fragments of an event

    Winslade, John; Hedtke, Lorraine (Dulwich Centre Publications, 2008)
    We present here fragments, reconstructed from memory1, of Michael White's last workshop2. These fragments are interspersed with descriptions of events that took place in San Diego in the days leading up to Michael's death. ...
  • A narrative approach to working with an organization in conflict

    Kure, Nikolaj; Winslade, John (Open University of Catalonia, 2010)
    This article is about how to apply narrative practices as tools for mediation in organizations. It offers a range of theoretical reflections that guide the use of narrative practices in this context and illustrates these ...
  • Soliciting clients

    Winslade, John (Dunmore Publishing Ltd, 2011)
    What kinds of marketing methods can counsellors use to solicit clients in private practice contexts? In this setting counsellors are clearly operating a business and sound business practices apply. But the business of ...
  • Understanding problematic sporting stories: Narrative therapy and applied sport psychology

    Denison, Jim; Winslade, John (Otago Polytechnic Te Kura Matatini ki Otago, 2006)
    In this paper we examine how postmodernism can inform the practice of sport psychology. More specifically, we will discuss how a therapeutic approach known as “narrative therapy” can enable athletes to reclaim control ...