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Matters of interpretation : reciprocal transformation in therapeutic and…

by Michael J. Nakkula

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0787909572, Hardcover)

An effective new therapeutic model that integrates the client's and therapist's values

This groundbreaking book offers therapists and counselors an effective new therapeutic model based on hermeneutics--the art and science of interpretation. It recognizes that the clinician is not a neutral observer in the therapeutic process but brings to the interaction his or her own values, judgments, and prejudices.

Grounded in theory yet deeply inspirational, the book is filled with rich personal reflections from real-world clinicians who have used this model and found the process to be deeply transformative. This new approach not only deepens the therapeutic relationship but has proven to be especially effective with young clients at risk for negative outcomes.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:02:18 -0400)

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