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Transformations: a blueprint for narrative changes in therapy

Show simple item record Sluzki, Carlos E. 2006-02-27T18:49:31Z 2006-02-27T18:49:31Z 1992
dc.identifier.citation Family Process 31(3): 217-230 en
dc.description.abstract Problematic/symptomatic behaviors are embedded, retained and maintained in collective stories. Therapy is the transformative process by which patients/families and therapists co-generate qualitative changes in those stories. An emphasis on narratives allows to further specify--at the more "micro" level of the exchanges that take place throughout the consultation--how those transformations unfold. To that specification is devote the core of the essay, which closes with a discussion of some clinical, research and, especially, research potentials of this systematization.
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dc.title Transformations: a blueprint for narrative changes in therapy en
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