In this book, the author describes the dialogic therapist as someone whose therapy is guided by the use of systemic hypotheses, helping the readers understand how the ideas and techniques can take their place among the vast array of ideas in the systemic field.

chapter |7 pages


chapter ONE|23 pages

Understanding and influencing

chapter TWO|20 pages

Text and context

chapter THREE|14 pages

Practices and theories

chapter FOUR|34 pages

Hypotheses and dialogues

chapter FIVE|25 pages

Therapists and clients

chapter SIX|19 pages

Frames and relationships

chapter SEVEN|32 pages

Dialogues and systems

chapter EIGHT|23 pages

Statements and questions

chapter NINE|23 pages

Presence and absence

chapter TEN|24 pages

Selves and technologies

chapter |4 pages