Volume 16 · Number 1 · Pages 109–111
Conversation about Conversation or How to Create the Meaning in Psychotherapy

Inka Miškulin

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Abstract

Open peer commentary on the article “Metalogue: How to Understand Bateson? In Memoriam Graham Barnes (1936-2020)” by Graham Barnes & Miran Možina. Abstract: Barnes and Možina’s metalogue is a good example of what a psychotherapeutic conversation should look like to enable the creation of new meanings both for the psychotherapist and the client, rather than imposing concepts that stem from a given psychotherapeutic theory. Barnes and Možina have conversed in such a way that their exchange was about the topic of conversation as well as about their relationship.

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Miškulin I. (2020) Conversation about conversation or how to create the meaning in psychotherapy. Constructivist Foundations 16(1): 109–111. https://constructivist.info/16/1/109

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