Stories from the Narrative Therapy Podcast
I have been writing about my practice for several years now. Most of my publications are stories from practice. These are true stories, written with the consent of people with whom I have worked which attempt to bring conversations from the counselling room to life on the page. They are mostly about work with children and young people with problems such as stealing, teenage temper tantrums, grief, anorexia and anxiety.
If you would like to have a read, click on one of the publications. More to come soon.
A story about grief
Ingamells, K., and Ijsseldijk, A. (2013). Cloaked in life and death: Re-Surfacing from the loss of a father. Journal of Systemic Therapies,32 (2), pp.89-104.
A story about a childhood stealing problem
Ingamells, K., and Epston, D. (2013). A family and community approach to stealing. Journal of Systemic Therapies,32 (1), pp.43-55.
A story about teenage temper tantrums & abuse of parents
Ingamells, K., & Epston, D. (2014). Love is not all you need: A revolutionary approach to parental abuse. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy, 35, pp.364–382. doi: 10.1002/anzf.1069
A story about childhood anorexia and anxiety
Ingamells, K. (2016) Wilbur the Worrier becomes Wilbur the Warrior: A teaching story for narrative therapists. Journal of Systemic Therapies. 35, (4), pp.42-60
Articles about teaching narrative therapy
Epston, D., Heath, T., Ingamells, K., McAllum Pilkington, S. (2016). Exemplary tales: Virtual apprenticeships. Journal of Systemic Therapies, 35 (2), pp. 56-70. (doi:10.1521/jsyt.2016.35.2.56)
Full text - http://guilfordjournals.com/doi/pdfplus/10.1521/jsyt.2016.35.2.56
Ingamells, K. (2016) Learning how to counter-story in narrative therapy (with David Epston &Wilbur the Warrior.) Journal of Systemic Therapies. 35, (4), pp.61-74
Articles about strengths-based practice
Ingamells, K., and Epston, D. (2012). Placing strengths into storylines: Building bridges between strengths-based and narrative approaches. International Journal of Narrative Therapy and Community Work, 3, pp.50-61.
Ingamells, K., Napan, K., and Gasquoine, S. (2014). Strengths In action: A pilot study of a strengths development programme within tertiary education utilising the Clifton StrengthsQuest & narratives of strengths interviews. Aotearoa New Zealand Social Work, 25 (4), pp. 71-84.
Ingamells, K (2016). Walking in The Footsteps of David Epston: An Off-Road Guide. Pre-conference workshop presented at Therapeutic Conversations 13: Let’s start all over again, Vancouver, Canada
Ingamells, K (2016). Crafting Poetic Counter-stories Paper presented at Therapeutic Conversations 13: Let’s start all over again, Vancouver, Canada
Ingamells, K. (2015). From 'Learning the scales' to improvisation: A journey to becoming a narrative therapist. Paper presented at Therapeutic Conversations 12: New ideas in Narrative Therapy, Vancouver, Canada.
Ingamells, K., & Epston, D. (2015). A new form of Apprenticeship: Supervision through the three-way mirror. How can therapists move beyond their craft into improvisational artistry? Paper presented at Therapeutic Conversations 12: New ideas in Narrative Therapy, Vancouver, Canada.
Ingamells, K. (2014). A young man's passage through grief: An illustration of narrative questions inside a story of practice. Paper presented at Using narrative therapy with youth conference: The power of re-telling personal stories, Institute of Technical Education, Singapore, and 23-24 June.
Ingamells, K. (2014). Redeeming one's reputation: reputation, counter-reputation. Paper presented at Narrative therapy with youth conference: The power of re-telling personal stories. Institute of Technical Education, Singapore, 23-24 June.
Ingamells, K. (2012). Stories from engaged supervision. Family Therapy Association of Aotearoa New Zealand Conference. Massey University, Wellington, NZ, 5-7 September.
Ingamells, K., and Epston, D. (2013). Engaged supervision. Paper presented at International Conference of Narrative Therapy and Community Work. Adelaide, Australia, March 5-8.