CONSTRUCTIVE HYPOTHESIZING, DIALOGIC UNDERSTANDING AND THE THERAPIST'S INNER CONVERSATION: SOME IDEAS ABOUT KNOWING AND NOT KNOWING IN THE FAMILY THERAPY SESSION
The primary tasks of the therapist can be described as listening to what the client says and making space for what the client has not yet said. According to Anderson and Goolishian, the therapist should take a not-knowing stance in this dialogic process. The question remains, however, what not-knowi...
|Published in:||Journal of marital and family therapy, Vol. 28, No. 4 (2002), p. 0|
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