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curiosity (narrative therapy)

The "naive" inquiring spirit that is essential in narrative therapy. It differs from the kind of curiosity that seeks to confirm existing knowledge or assumptions; it is marked by a genuine desire to learn from the client, especially about the alternative story.

Definition reprinted with permission from: Gerald Monk (Editor), et al Jossey-Bass, Inc.Narrative Therapy in Practice: The Archaeology of Hope

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