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Therapy as discourse : practice and research

Author: Olga Smoliak; Thomas Strong
Publisher: Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2018] ©2018
Series: Language of mental health (Series)
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This book addresses the premise that therapy can be understood, practiced, and researched as a discursive activity. This book will interest practitioners seeking to better understand therapy as a  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: (OCoLC)1034618098
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Olga Smoliak; Thomas Strong
ISBN: 9783319930671 3319930672
OCLC Number: 1048610892
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Intro; Contents; Notes on Contributors; 1: Introduction to Discursive Research and Discursive Therapies; A Discursive Divide Between Research and Therapy?; Discursive Research of the Discursive Therapies?; Discursive Therapists and Discursive Researchers in This Book; Coda; References; 2: Discourse in Psychotherapy: Using Words to Create Therapeutic Practice; Approaching Psychotherapy as Social Practice; A Data Corpus of Psychotherapy Talk; Topical Themes and Discourses; The Use of Discourses When Discussing Different Topics; Talking About the Problematic Experience Talking About the Context and the RelationTalking About the Reasons for the Problems; Talking About the Client's Mind; Talking About Goals and Tasks; Constructing Reformulations of the Client's Problems; Conclusions; References; 3: Researching the Discursive Construction of Subjectivity in Psychotherapy; Social Constructionism and Psychotherapy; Social Constructionist Accounts of Personhood and the Concept of Subjectivity; Extra-discursive Aspects of Positioning; Discursive Research on Subjectivity in Psychotherapy; Case Analysis: Reformulating Meanings and Identities in Psychotherapy DiscussionReferences; 4: The Alliance as a Discursive Achievement: A Conversation Analytical Perspective; Methods; Analysis; Diffusing Tension and Building Alliance; Strengthening "Within Family" Allegiances; Balancing Support Versus Autonomy; Conclusions; References; 5: Discursive Therapies as Institutional Discourse; Backdrop and Organization; Thinking About Institutional Discourse; Studying Discursive Therapy Interactions; Ethnomethodology; Conversation Analysis; Foucauldian Discourse Studies; Collaboration in Discursive Therapies?; From "What is it?" to "When and How is it?" Power, Collaboration, and Entrapment in Therapist-Client InteractionsDiscursive Therapy Discourse as Multi-discursive Engagement; Conclusion; References; 6: Reflexive Questions as Constructive Interventions: A Discursive Perspective; Therapeutic Perspective on Reflexivity and Reflexive Questions; Two Therapeutic Effects: Preferred Descriptions and Clients' Autonomy; Discursive Psychological Perspective on Reflexive Questions and Their Effects; Analyzing the Effects of Reflexive Questions; Discussion; References 7: Transforming Gender Discourse in Couple Therapy: Researching Intersections of Societal Discourse, Emotion, and InteractionThe SERT Framework; How Gender Discourse Practices Position Couple Therapy; Actions that Reinforce Gender Discourse; Privileging Men's Experiences; Expecting Women to Accommodate; Protecting Men from Shame; Countering Dominant Gender Discourse; How Therapists Influence Male Relational Engagement; Method; Findings; Attend to Sociocultural Context; Validate Male's Relational Intent and Highlight Impact on Female; Punctuate Alternative Relational Interactions
Series Title: Language of mental health (Series)
Responsibility: Olga Smoliak, Tom Strong, editors.

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