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Therapy as Discourse

Practice and Research
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Olga Smoliak
457 g
218x153x22 mm

Brings together discursive researchers and discursive therapists
Chapter 1. Introduction to discursive research and discursive therapies; Tom Strong & Olga Smoliak.- Chapter 2. Discourse in psychotherapy: Using words to create therapeutic practice; Jarl Wahlström.- Chapter 3. Researching the discursive construction of subjectivity in psychotherapy; Evrinomy Avdi & Eugenie Georgaca.- Chapter 4. The alliance as a discursive achievement: A conversation analytical perspective; Adam Horvath & Peter Muntigl.- Chapter 5. Discursive therapies as institutional discourse; Gale Miller.- Chapter 6. Reflexive questions as constructive interventions: A discursive perspective; Joaquin Gaete Silva, Olga Smoliak, & Shari Couture.- Chapter 7. Transforming gender discourse in couple therapy: Researching intersections of societal discourse, emotion, and interaction; Carmen Knudson-Martin, Jessica ChenFeng, Aimee Galick, Elsie Lobo, Sarah K. Samman, & Kirstee Williams.- Chapter 8. Conversation analysis, discourse analysis and psychotherapy research: Overview and methodological potential; Eleftheria Tseliou.- Chapter 9. Discourse ethics in therapeutic encounters; Olga Smoliak, Tom Strong, & Robert Elliott.- Chapter 10. Discursive research from an assimilation model perspective; William Stiles.
This book addresses the premise that therapy can be understood, practiced, and researched as a discursive activity. Using varied forms of discourse analysis, it examines the cultural, institutional, and face-to-face communications that shape, and occur within, therapies that are discursively understood and practiced. By first providing an overview of commonalities across discursive therapies and research approaches, the authors discursively examine general aspects of therapy. Topics explored include subjectivity, psychological terms, institutional influences, therapeutic relationships, therapists' ways of talking and questioning, discursive ethics, and assessment of therapeutic processes and outcomes. This book offers a macro-analysis of the conversational practices of a discursively informed approach to therapy; as well as a micro-analysis of the ways in which language shapes and is used in a discursively informed approach to therapy. This book will interest practitioners seeking to better understand therapy as a discursive process, and discourse analysts wanting to understand therapy as discursive therapists might practice it.

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