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  • Jesika Pearce

Narrative Therapy: Rewriting Stories for Healing and Growth

Updated: Jan 18

Narrative Therapy revolves around the idea that our lives are shaped and influenced by the stories we tell ourselves. Narrative Therapy aims to help individuals separate themselves from the problems they face, and rewrite their narratives in a way that promotes healing, growth, and positive change. Instead of viewing individuals as "broken" or "flawed," Narrative Therapy focuses on understanding the external influences and social constructs that contribute to their struggles. By shifting the focus from the problem to the person, this type of therapy empowers individuals to take control of their lives and construct new, more empowering narratives.


Narrative Therapy provides a safe and non-judgmental space for individuals to explore their experiences and make meaning out of them. By externalizing problems and giving them a name, individuals gain distance and perspective, reducing the sense of overwhelm or hopelessness often associated with challenges in life.


Narrative Therapy promotes self-awareness and agency by encouraging individuals to become the authors of their own stories. This process allows them to challenge dominant narratives, question societal expectations, and cultivate new possibilities for themselves. By engaging in the process of Narrative Therapy, individuals can develop a greater sense of resilience, empowerment, and personal growth, ultimately leading to a more authentic and fulfilling life.


Narrative Therapy offers a transformative approach to healing and growth by recognizing the power of the stories we tell ourselves. It provides a platform for self-reflection, understanding, and positive change. Its benefits extend beyond the therapeutic setting, enabling individuals to cultivate resilience, reclaim agency, and forge a path towards a more authentic and meaningful life. Speak with your therapist if you think Narrative Therapy might be beneficial to you.


-Jesika Pearce, OM

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