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Self-Narratives

The Construction of Meaning in Psychotherapy

by Hubert J.M. Hermans

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  • 3 Currently reading

Published by The Guilford Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Counselling,
  • Psychotherapy,
  • The self, ego, identity, personality,
  • Movements - Psychoanalysis,
  • Psychopathology - Compulsive Behavior,
  • Psychology,
  • Psychotherapy - General,
  • Psychology & Psychiatry / Psychoanalysis,
  • Psychology & Psychiatry / Psychotherapy,
  • Psychology-Movements - Psychoanalysis,
  • Psychology-Psychopathology - Compulsive Behavior

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages306
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8734296M
    ISBN 101572307137
    ISBN 109781572307131
    OCLC/WorldCa490211256

    Exploring Psychological Themes Through Life-Narrative Accounts Dan P. McAdams M y task in this chapter is to introduce and illustrate an approach to narrative analysis that enjoys considerable currency in cognitive sci-ence and in contemporary personality, developmental, social, clinical, and cultural Size: KB.   Questions about how we construct self-narratives and identity, and ways that can be both limiting and liberating. Realistically shows how painful and difficult loving relationships can be, and the value in taking the necessary risk to fully commit to such relationships.4/5.

    Trauma is a normal reaction to many experiences, and the way each person handles it is unique. Avoiding reminders of a trauma might feel good in the moment, but it will cause symptoms to be worse when they do arise. This book features essays by the major supporters of the narrative metaphor. They approach the subject from philosophical, religious, anthropological, and historical perspectives as well as from the psychological point of view. Self-Narratives and Adventure Notes.

    Autoethnography, Self-Narrative and Teacher Education examines the professional life and work of teacher educators. In adopting an autoethnographic and life-history approach, Mike Hayler develops a theoretically informed discussion of how the professional identity of teacher educators is both formed and represented by narratives of : Sense Publishers. Overall, the results suggest that individual differences in personality are manifested in students’ word choice during the construction of self-narratives. 4. Discussion. Word usage during the production of self-narratives was significantly associated with the Big Five personality traits across a variety of psychological by:


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Self-Narratives by Hubert J.M. Hermans Download PDF EPUB FB2

"A 'must-read.' Self-Narratives promises to make an enduring contribution to the rapidly developing field of constructivism and psychotherapy." 4/5(1). 'The Story I Tell Myself: How Self-Narratives Define Our Identity, Hold Us Back and How We Can Change Them' by Peter Ash is a self-help book written as a sort of memoir.

Author Peter Ash talks about his journey to change the self-narrative in his life. He felt weighed down and like his life could have been more/5(6).

PDF | On Jan 1,K. Gergen and others published Narratives of the Self | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate. Still, in line with the book’s approach, the.

In this book, Hubert J. Hermans and Els Hermans-Jansen elaborate a model of the clinical use of self-narratives--the stories people use to construct meaning out the events in their lives--in counseling and psychotherapy.

Based on extensive case studies and filled with a rich variety of illustrative examples, this integrative work covers the model's theory, methodology, and Reviews: 1. Jacqui Poltera Self-Narratives, Story-Telling and Empathetic Listeners Practical Philosophy,(web edition, ; originally published July ) 66 this objection has been developed by Samantha Vice (), who rejects the view that constructing self-narratives promotes a more flourishing life.

I have two main aims in this Size: KB. Many of these authors, (as well as Dan P. McAdams - a contemporary psychologist carrying out ongoing research on the narrative study of human lives) base their analysis of narratives on the Aristotelian concept of narratives and arts especially noticeable in the book Poetics.

(Aristotle and Stephen Halliwellb – a). In this book, Hubert J. Hermans and Els Hermans-Jansen elaborate a model of the clinical use of self-narratives--the stories people use to construct meaning out the events in their lives--in counseling and psychotherapy. Based Pages: The theory of narrative identity postulates that individuals form an identity by integrating their life experiences into an internalized, evolving story of the self that provides the individual with a sense of unity and purpose in life.

This life narrative integrates one's reconstructed past, perceived present, and imagined future. Furthermore, this narrative is a story – it has characters. Self-narratives, in this perspective, are seen as flexible, changing, and responsive to altered environments over time.

A specific focus of application of these isses adopted by several contributors is the belief in uncovered repressed memories of childhood abuse versus the claim that such memories are false.

How does narrative give shape and meaning to human life. And what special role do narratives play in identifying one as a person in the world. This book explores these questions from the vantage points of various human and cultural sciences, with special attention to the importance of narrative as expression of embodied experience, mode of communication, and 5/5(1).

Multiple self-narratives are particularly challenging for addicts, because they fit together so poorly. There’s the self that often gets called the “addict self.” There’s this me who was abused, or thrown out, or traumatized in adolescence, and all I could find.

Self-narrative as meaning construction: The dynamics of self-investigation Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Clinical Psychology 55(10) October with Reads. A narrative or story is an account of a series of related events, experiences, or the like, whether true (episode, vignette, travelogue, memoir, autobiography, biography) or fictitious (fairy tale, fable, story, epic, legend, novel).

The word derives from the Latin verb narrare (to tell), which is derived from the adjective gnarus (knowing or skilled). Professional story-tellers such as book writers and university professors spend their idle time talking to themselves and refer to selftalk as “thinking and reasoning.” The dominance of the personal narrative is a new feature of mind activity that separates humans from other animals.

The first-person narrative voice uses “I” and typically tells the story from the main character’s perspective. Writers might use four types of first-person narrative voices: interior monologue, subjective narration, detached autobiography and observer narration. The interior monologue is a kind of train-of-thought narration, which may be.

PERSONAL NARRATIVE/COLLEGE ESSAY SAMPLES NAME:_____ PROFESSIONAL EXAMPLE #1 Dishing Dirt By Emily White The day I hear the rumor I am 14 years old, enclosed in a bathroom stall.

Its walls are light blue, exactly the color of mold. Through a crack in its door, I can see three girls enter: heavy metal girls. In this book, Hubert J. Hermans and Els Hermans-Jansen elaborate a model of the clinical use of self-narratives--the stories people use to construct meaning out the events in their lives--in counseling and psychotherapy.

Get this from a library. Self-narratives: the construction of meaning in psychotherapy. [H J M Hermans; Els Hermans-Jansen] -- In this book, Hubert J.M. Hermans and Els Hermans-Jansen elaborate a model of the clinical use of self-narratives - the stories that people use to construct meaning out of the events in their lives.

Book Description: Dominant cultural narratives about later life dismiss the value senior citizens hold for society. In her cultural-philosophical critique, Hanne Laceulle outlines counter narratives that acknowledge both potentials and vulnerabilities of later life. She draws on the rich philosophical tradition of thought about self-realization.

construe self-narratives become the cognitive representations of the implicit intersubjec-tive world. Because the development of language itself is a process that is largely embedded in the world of experience (McGilchrist, ), understanding what verbal self-narratives convey will lead us back to the world of experience.

Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Jump to navigation Jump to search. English [] Etymology []. self-+‎ narrativeNoun [].

self-narrative (plural self-narratives). An introspective recounting of a person's development.ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages ; 24 cm. Contents: Introduction: Religious voices in self-narratives / Marjo Buitelaar and Hetty Zock --Part narrative construction of religious selves --Religious voices in the dialogical self: Towards a conceptual-analytical framework on the basis of Hubert Herman's dialogical self .In Mapping the ‘I’, Research on Self Narratives in Germany and Switzerland, the contributors, working with egodocuments (autobiographies, diaries, family chronicles and related texts), discuss various approaches to early modern concepts of the person and of personhood, the place of individuality within this context, genre and practices of writing.