PRACTICE AND LIFE MAKE THE THERAPIST: UNDERSTANDING AND RECOGNIZING RESONANCES

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Autor:
Polanco Levican, Karina - Vergara, Camila - Santibanez, Patricia
URI:
http://repositoriodigital.uct.cl/handle/10925/3217
Datos de publicación:
REVISTA ARGENTINA DE CLINICA PSICOLOGICA,Vol.28,234-243,2019
Temas:
Systemic Training - Per son of the Therapist - Resonances
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Resumen:
The aim of this research was to describe the understanding of the resonance concept, its recognition and use by systemic therapists. A qualitative methodology and a descriptive design were used. Six psychologists with Systemic Therapy training who work in clinical settings participated. For data collection, the semi-structured interview was used and the data analysis was conducted according to the Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis (IPA) procedures and protocols. The main results indicated that the resonance is understood as a bridge between therapist and patient and it is considered as a skill that develops gradually. The therapist through self-observation visualizes changes in himself and subsequently gives meaning to their experience.

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