David Paré, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Educational Counseling
Faculty of Education
University of Ottawa
Room 231, Lamoureux Hall
145 Jean Jacques Lussier
P.O. Box 450, Station A
Ottawa, Ontario K1N 6N5
Phone: 613-562-5800, ext. 4039
The Glebe Institute, A Centre for Constructive and Collaborative Practice
149 Second Avenue Suite 201
Ottawa, Ontario K1S 2H6
David Paré, Ph.D. is a psychologist and family therapist. He’s an associate professor in Educational Counselling at the Faculty of Education at the University of Ottawa and also Co-Director of The Glebe Institute, A Centre for Constructive and Collaborative Practice. The Centre offers therapeutic services, supervision and consultation, as well as training in collaborative approaches to therapy. David has a long-standing interest in collaborative approaches to counselling, having completed advanced trainings in New Zealand, Australia, and Canada. He has written widely and presented internationally on the subject of narrative and postmodern therapies, as well as offering training and supervision in these areas. David has recently co-edited two books. These two new edited collections are devoted to exploring collaborative practices in counselling and therapy. With contributions from a wide range of international practitioners, the chapters touch on the influence of postmodern and poststructural ideas in therapy, research, teaching, supervision, and theory.
Paré, D.A. and Larner, G. (Eds.)(2004).
Collaborative Practice in Psychology and Therapy. Binghampton,
NY: Haworth Press.
Strong, T. and Paré, D.A. (Eds.). (2004).
Furthering Talk: Advances in the Discursive Therapies.
New York. N.Y.: Kluwer Academic/Plenum.
David Paré, Ph.D. Files & Links
David Paré, Ph.D. Manuscripts
- Many manuscripts are available at his personal webpage
- David Paré Writings
- The use of reflecting teams in clinical training
- Finding a Place to Stand: Reflections on Discourse and Intertextuality in Counselling Practice
- Crossing the Divide
- Discursive wisdom: Reflections on ethics and therapeutic knowledge
- Introduction: Towards an ethic of hospitality
- Exploring Inner Dialogue in Counsellor Education
- Performing respect: Using enactments in group work with men who have abused
- Striving for Perspicuity: Talking our way Forward
- Running head: WILLOW AND OAK
- Of families and other cultures: The shifting paradigm of family therapy