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|Decentring research : reflecting on reflecting teams.
|Tootell, Andrew John
|Dept. of Psychiatry
|This dissertation is an interview based qualitative research study into reflecting team practice. The central question posed is "What can therapists learn from reflecting on their own and their clinets’ experience of therapy?" Interviews with three clients and two therapists were recorded and transcribed for research purposes. Interview questions were derived from key themes identified in the literature: becoming a client; the experience of self; the experience of the therapeutic relationship; the experience of speciic therapeutic practices; and the experience of outcomes. Drawing on White and Epston (1990) the author develops a decentred approach to research practice that is congruent with the values and philosophy of reflecting teams and narrative therapy.
|Thesis (M.Clin.Sc.) -- University of Adelaide, Dept. of Psychiatry, 2005
|psychotherapy; psychotherapist and patient case studies
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