Research Perspectives in Couple Therapy

Discursive Qualitative Methods

  • Maria Borcsa, Peter Rober
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In this powerful volume, six qualitative methods are used to analyze a couple therapy with a troubled young couple, illustrating the intricate processes and sub-processes of therapy through client interactions with their therapists and with each other. Increasingly popular for revealing the nuances and complexity of human interactions, qualitative approaches focus on process and discursive methods which can be particularly rewarding in multi-client settings. Through the examples that make up the text, practitioners and researchers become better acquainted with the power of qualitative perspectives and are encouraged to examine their own views on therapy as they consider these and other concepts: The development of dialogical space in a couple therapy session. Introducing novelties into therapeutic dialogue: the importance of minor shifts of the therapist. Therapists' responses for enhancing change through dialogue: dialogical investigations of change. Fostering dialogue: exploring the therapists' discursive contributions in a couple therapy. Dominant story, power, and positioning. Constructing the moral order of a relationship in couples therapy. Research Perspectives in Couple Therapy: Discursive Qualitative Methods ably demonstrates the balance between therapeutic art and science for family and couples therapists, psychologists, and other mental health professionals in research and practice.
Inhoudsopgave
The Challenge: Tailoring Qualitative Process Research Methods for the Study of Marital and Family Therapeutic Sessions.- The Couple Therapy of Victoria and Alfonso.- The Development of Dialogical Space in a Couple Therapy Session.- Introducing Novelties into Therapeutic Dialogue: The Importance of Minor Shifts of the Therapist.- Fostering Dialogue: Exploring the Therapists' Discursive Contributions in Couple Therapy.- Dominant Story, Power and Positioning.- Latent Meaning Structures in Couple Relations: Introducing Objective Hermeneutics into Systemic Therapy Research.- Family Semantic Polarities and Positionings: A Semantic Analysis.- Constructing the Moral Order of a Relationship in Couples Therapy.- About Complexity, Difference, and Process: Towards Integration and Temporary Closure.
Review
"First, the book is educational. It provides a brief overview of the theory and data analyses for a number of qualitative research methods that can be used to analyse the process of change in couple therapy. ... Second, the book prompts reflection on our own understanding of the process of therapy, the ways meaning can be found through conversational processes, and the ways in which discursive analyses help us enhance our understanding of change in therapy." (Jemima Petch, Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy, Vol. 38, June, 2017)
Productdetails
Uitgavejaar 2015
ISBN 9783319233055
Verschijningsdatum 16 dec. 2015
Omvang 176
Redactie Maria Borcsa, Peter Rober
Editie 1st ed. 2016
Auteur(s) Maria Borcsa Peter Rober
Bindwijze Gebonden
Taal Engels

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