Talk as Therapy

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Juli 2011



The book is an empirical study of naturally occurring talk between psychotherapist and clients. Talk as Therapy aims to investigate how psychotherapy as practice is contextually and interactionally accomplished. It also addresses the infiltration of therapeutic norms and strategies into new social contexts and offers practical guidelines as to how to conduct ethnographic fieldwork at the (inter)professional research site in order to produce practically relevant findings.


1;Acknowledgements;6 2;Contents;8 3;Transcription Conventions;10 4;Introduction: Talk as therapy;12 5;Chapter 1. Situating the study;22 5.1;1.1 Relationship-Focused Integrative Psychotherapy;22 5.2;1.2 Psychotherapeutic discourse outside therapy room;27 5.3;1.3 The psychotherapy session as a research site;33 5.3.1;1.3.1 Introductory remarks;33 5.3.2;1.3.2 Early and current studies;34 5.3.3;1.3.3 Researching the professional setting;38 5.3.4;1.3.4 The interprofessional discourse site;40 5.3.5;1.3.5 Researcher and the community;45 5.3.6;1.3.6 Research ethics;50 5.4;1.4 On data collection and transcription, participants and context;54 5.5;1.5 Methodology and methods;56 6;Chapter 2. The transparency of meaning: Personalizing the meaning in psychotherapy;62 6.1;2.1 Introductory remarks;62 6.2;2.2 Positioning therapeutic interaction: Therapy as activity type and discourse type;65 6.3;2.3 Meaning making in ordinary conversation and psychotherapeutic interaction;73 6.4;2.4 Personalizing the meaning in psychotherapy;77 6.4.1;2.4.1 Probing questions;78 6.4.2;2.4.2 Overt continuers;85 6.4.3;2.4.3 Non-verbal into verbal;90; Aspects of kinesics;94; Paralinguistic cues;97 6.5;2.5 Concluding remarks;104 7;Chapter 3. Self-disclosure;108 7.1;3.1 Introductory remarks;108 7.2;3.2 Self-disclosure in the process of psychotherapy;111 7.3;3.3 Psychotherapeutic self-disclosure as interactional achievement;120 7.3.1;3.3.1 You know as a discourse marker;121 7.3.2;3.3.2 You know facilitating intimacy;124 7.3.3;3.3.3 You know and I dont knowin resuming self-disclosure;126 7.3.4;3.3.4 Repetition;134 7.3.5;3.3.5 Fishing for self-disclosure: Information-eliciting tellings and reformulations;142 7.4;3.4 Concluding remarks;158 8;Chapter 4. Communication of emotion;162 8.1;4.1 Introductory remarks;162 8.2;4.2 Emotion in socio-psychological perspective;163 8.3;4.3 Emotions in the process of psychotherapy;167 8.4;4.4 Expression, construction, and experience of emotion in
the psychotherapy session;171 8.4.1;4.4.1 Topicalizing feelings-talk;173 8.4.2;4.4.2 Constructing a clients less socially-acceptable emotions;180 8.4.3;4.4.3 Non-verbal communication of emotion: Aspects of silence and crying;187 8.5;4.5 Concluding remarks;194 9;Chapter 5. Emotional support;196 9.1;5.1 Introductory remarks;196 9.2;5.2 Strategies of emotional support;198 9.2.1;5.2.1 Emotive extension of the clients account;200 9.2.2;5.2.2 Emotive reaction;202 9.2.3;5.2.3 Validation;204 9.2.4;5.2.4 Mirroring;206 9.3;5.3 Therapists emotional presence;209 9.4;5.4 Concluding remarks;215 10;Conclusion: Reflecting on talk as therapy;216 11;Notes;222 12;References;234 13;Index;262


Joanna Pawelczyk, Adam Mickiewicz Univerisity, Poznan, Poland.
EAN: 9781934078679
Untertitel: Psychotherapy in a Linguistic Perspective. Sprache: Englisch. Dateigröße in MByte: 1.
Verlag: Gruyter, Walter de GmbH
Erscheinungsdatum: Juli 2011
Format: pdf eBook
Kopierschutz: Adobe DRM
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