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 A Hands on Workshop for using Narrative Analyses as a Research Method

The Department of  Family Studies organised a one-day seminar on Narrative Analyses as a Research Method by Dr Charlotte Burck. It was held on Campus, University of Malta on 24 October, 2014.

Dr Charlotte Burck is a Consultant Systemic Psychotherapist, Trainer and Researcher in the Child and Family Department of the Tavistock Clinic, London, UK. She has co-run the Professional Doctorate in Systemic Psychotherapy since the 1990s, to enable systemic psychotherapists to develop innovative clinical-research. She is passionate about qualitative research in particular, as this fits well with systemic psychotherapy research questions. She used Narrative Analysis alongside other methods of analysis in her PhD research into living multilingually and has supervised a number of doctoral theses using this method. She is enthusiastic about ways in which N.A. and other qualitative methods can be further developed for interactional interviews (‘the stuff of family therapy’). Her books include Gender and Family Therapy (with Gwyn Daniel), Gender, Power and Relationships (with Bebe Speed), Mirrors and Reflections: Processes of Systemic Supervision (edited with Gwyn Daniel) and Multilingual Living: Exploration of Language and Subjectivity. Her interests include supervision and consultation, systemic research, and developing clinical work with families who have experienced domestic violence and enduring parental confict.

Last Updated: 3 November 2014

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