Metamorphoses Fairytale Therapy
The Metamorphoses Method of Narrative Therapy is named after Ovid's Metamorphoses. Ovidius u. 1-8. In the years between, he wrote his work, called “Continuous Singing,” which reviews the time from the beginning of the world to his time, in a special way. This is because Metamorphoses is not a world chronicle that records events in a row, but shows the history of the world from a single perspective: what has changed since its inception and how these changes took place. Because storytelling is based on the practice of mythical processing of personal life events and its primary goal is to create the mental, spiritual, and physical conditions necessary for change, the method is named after this work.