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The use of positioning theory to facilitate dialogical communication in families and groups [videorecording] Tavistock Clinic

By: CAMPBELL, David. speaker | TAVISTOCK CENTRE SCIENTIFIC MEETING 2007.
Series: Scientific Meeting of the Tavistock Centre and Portman Clinic, 12th February, 2007. Publisher: London, Tavistock Clinic 2007Description: 1 video disc (85 min).Subject(s): VIDEODISC 2QTSummary: "Perhaps the greatest challenge when working with families or groups is creating the environment that allows people to really ?hear? what others are trying to communicate. My experience has been that once an individual feels heard by others, he or she, in turn, is able to listen and then difficult patterns of communication can be shifted. Therefore I have long been interested in how a therapist can create this environment in groups...."
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"Perhaps the greatest challenge when working with families or groups is creating the environment that allows people to really ?hear? what others are trying to communicate. My experience has been that once an individual feels heard by others, he or she, in turn, is able to listen and then difficult patterns of communication can be shifted. Therefore I have long been interested in how a therapist can create this environment in groups...."

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