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A/Prof Lou Harms

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Associate Professor Lou

Phone: +61 *********
Email: l***@***.au
The University of Melbourne
442 Auburn Road
Hawthorn , Victoria 3122

Company Description: The University of Melbourne is Australia's leading research university, based on a number of indicators. The Times Higher Education Supplement recognized Melbourne...   more

Employment History

  • Deputy Head, Social Work
    The University of Melbourne
  • Associate Head - Academic
    The University of Melbourne
  • Associate Professor Lou
    The University of Melbourne 3010
  • Associate Head ( Teaching and Learning )
    The University of Melbourne 3010
  • Deputy Head
    The University of Melbourne 3010
  • Associate Professor Lou
    Deputy Head , Department of Social Work
  • Associate Professor, International Portfolio Leader, HOS
    Engagement Committee


  • BA Melb.
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Katherine Smith speaks with Social ..., 9 Mar 2015 [cached]
Katherine Smith speaks with Social Work's Professor Louise Harms about the rise in interest in narrative therapy from training as well as therapeutic perspectives.
Social Work's Professor Louise Harms says 51 students enrolled in the program last year.
"Narrative Therapy is proving very popular among people from areas where people are struggling to recover from the trauma of war and conflict," Professor Harms says, citing Narrative Therapy's use to support children in a Palestine trauma centre.
As a 'post-modern' approach to therapy Professor Harms says a key feature of Narrative Therapy is its validation of human rights and social justice.
"Narrative Therapy challenges dominant forces and norms that may be oppressive and so for instance has been useful in dealing with transgender and gay rights issues. It allows the therapy seeker to work with the therapist to change the discourse around problems an individual may be experiencing.
"The mantra of Narrative Therapy is 'The person isn't the problem, the problem is the problem,' and it acknowledges that people are the experts in their own lives and have the ability to change their relationship with problems," Professor Harms says.
Our staff : Melbourne School of Health Sciences, 1 Mar 2015 [cached]
A/Prof Louise Harms Deputy Head, Social Work +61 3 8344 9413
Academic Staff - Social Work at Melbourne, 26 Nov 2008 [cached]
Dr Louise Harms
Associate Head, Learning and Teaching
Engagement Committee : Melbourne School of Health Sciences, 1 Mar 2015 [cached]
Associate Professor Lou Harms
International Portfolio Leader HOS
Associate Professor Louise ..., 17 Dec 2013 [cached]
Associate Professor Louise Harms
The University of Melbourne
T: + 61 3 8344 9413
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