ISSN 0951-5070, Online ISSN: 1469-3674
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Counselling as multivoiced and dialogical
Hermans, Hubert J. M.; Lyddon, William J.
Moving through three paradigms, yet remaining the same thinker
Hermans, Hubert J. M.
The self-confrontation method: Theory, research, and practical utility
Lyddon, William J.; Yowell, David R.; Hermans, Hubert J. M.
Adult attachment and working models of emotion
Alford, Darlys J.; Lyddon, William J.; Schreiber, Roxanne
A typology of narrative impoverishment in schizophrenia: Implications for understanding the processes of establishing and sustaining dialogue in individual psychotherapy
Lysaker, Paul H.; Lysaker, John T.
Psychotherapy of paranoid personality disorder from the perspective of dialogical self theory
Dimaggio, Giancarlo; Catania, Dario; Salvatore, Giampaolo; Carcione, Antonino; Nicolò, Giuseppe
Using power to question the dialogical self and its therapeutic application
Narrating the dialogical self: Toward an expanded toolbox for the counselling psychologist
Neimeyer, Robert A.
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