Volume 16 · Number 1 · Pages 116–119
Author’s Response: Steps to a Reflexive Psychotherapy: How to Avoid Being Used by Theory While Using Theory to Avoid Being Used by Theory

Miran Možina

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Abstract: I am focusing on the following questions that were raised in the commentaries: How to (re)awaken reflexive thinking? How to understand hallucinations as voices of sanity? How to become an effective therapist? How could the pattern that connects be described? How can psychotherapy contribute to psychological well-being?

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Možina M. (2020) Author’s response: Steps to a reflexive psychotherapy: How to avoid being used by theory while using theory to avoid being used by theory. Constructivist Foundations 16(1): 116–119. https://constructivist.info/16/1/116

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