Ways of Thinking About What Therapists Do
Four Workshops with Ian Miller
How does each of us listen clinically? What do we hear and in what forms? Certainly, the gestural shapes of sound and narrative, affect us. And so too, do the ways in which our patients’ narratives take shape in our minds, with questions answered even before we ask them: the who, the how, the why, the when, the where and what.
What does this shifting, sensuous presentation tell us about the “I” who is speaking? (read more)
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