Counselling as multivoiced and dialogical
In this Special Issue, recent developments in dialogical psychology are described with particular attention to their implications for counselling practice and research. The varied contributions all share a) a view of self as multidimensional, relational and embedded in social, political, and cultural contexts and b) a view of psychological disorder as a problem of dialogical process and relations.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2006-03-01