2004．第19卷第1期（Vol. 19 No. 1）．pp. 115
Narrative Means to Educational Ends: Introducing the Narrative Approach to Hong Kong Schools
David W. CHAN（陳維鄂）
Narrative therapy is introduced as a postmodern form of practice suitable for the integration of contrasting orientations of guidance and discipline practices in Hong Kong schools, where guidance and counseling programs and activities under the whole school approach are suggested as viable means to promote student whole-person development. While the narrative approach as a mode of school counseling might have a direct impact, more importantly, the approach as an attitude and a way of life in the school setting could offer new ways of providing psychoeducational services and promoting student growth and development. The need for research in narrative practice in Hong Kong schools is emphasized and discussed.
Keywords: narrative therapy; guidance and counseling; Hong Kong