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Dialogue Models
Dialogue models
Introduction to Section II

All professional helpers are dialogue facilitators. The social worker who does family therapy, the grade school teacher who helps her children learn about social science, and the nurse practitioner who helps the elderly cope with chronic disease are all playing the role of dialogue facilitators.

In each chapter in Section II, a dialogue model drawn from one of the multiple theories that inform the ecobiopsychosocialspiritual elements is described. Chapter 6 presents a first force dialogue model, based on psychodynamic theory. The main insight of psychodynamic psychology is that the past can have a significant but often unconscious influence on the present. In this chapter, methods of making these unconscious dynamics more conscious are described and applied to individual, couple, family, ...

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