International Journal of Narrative Therapy and Community Work

Want to stay in touch with the latest ideas and developments in narrative practice? This journal offers hopeful and creative ideas for counsellors, social workers, teachers, nurses, psychologists, and community workers.

In each issue, practitioners from a range of different countries discuss the ideas and practices that are inspiring them in their work, the dilemmas they are grappling with, and the issues most dear to their hearts.

Their writings are easy-to-read while remaining rigorous and thoughtful. The first section of each issue revolves around a particular theme, while the second consists of a collection of practice-based papers on various topics. The journal is produced four times a year.

From Issue 1 2023, the journal is introducing an exciting new multimedia format that includes not only the rigorous and practical peer-reviewed papers that we have always delighted in publishing, but also original audio and video content, cultural reviews, and interviews making connections with innovative thinkers. The journal’s new look also enables more interaction, with invitations for readers to respond to and discuss papers. We hope this will continue to foster a sense of intellectual community among practitioners. From Issue 1 2023, the journal is being published on an Open Access basis, which means that all our papers and multimedia contributions will be freely available to read and share.

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Dulwich Centre Publications

The International Journal of Narrative Therapy and Community Work is published by Dulwich Centre Publications (DCP). DCP produces resources (including books, journals, and DVDs) with a particular focus on making narrative approaches accessible and relevant to a wide range of practitioners and contexts. Dulwich Centre Publications is an independent, feminist-owned publishing house founded by Cheryl White in 1984. We deliberately seek to publish writings that represent a diversity of cultures and sexual and gender orientations, and which stretch and challenge dominant cultural understandings of the worlds in which we live and work. DCP has also been involved in publishing responses to current social issues occurring in Australia and elsewhere.