CD2: Re-Visioning the Therapeutic Relationship: working in the present moment
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When we consider the question, ‘What contributes to successful therapy?’ there has been considerable evidence that the relationship between people (therapist and client) makes a significant difference. I believe the therapeutic relationship provides us with a significant experiential resource. Through a relational discovery process I believe we can discover and create difference and thus change in the present moment. This difference can be realised more fully through using relational language-making strategies to collaboratively explore this experiential resource available in the therapeutic relationship.
Central to this exploration is the construction of a therapeutic relationship understanding boundary that surrounds us rather than sits between us. Within these bounds I can identify and re-search the experiences we (therapist/client) have in order to generate a living practice of collaboration, respect and discovery.
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