Includes bibliographical references (p. 304-325) and indexes
Context and relationship in psychotherapy: an introduction -- How do we understand another person?: one-person and two-person perspectives -- The dynamics of personality: one-person and two-person views -- From two-person to contextual: beyond intimacy and the consulting room -- Drives, relationships, and the foundations of the relational point of view -- The limits of the archaeological vision: relational theory and the cyclical-contextual model -- Self-states, dissociation, and the schemas of subjectivity and intersubjectivity -- Exploration, support, self-acceptance, and the "school of suspicion" -- Insight, direct experience, and the implications of a new understanding of anxiety -- Enactments, new relational experience, and implicit relational knowing -- Confusions about self-disclosure: real issues, pseudo-issues, and the inevitability of trade-offs -- The "inner" world, the "outer" world, and the lived-in world: mobilizing for change in the patient’s daily life.
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