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Becoming Critical
Becoming critical

In the Experiential Coaching Cycle introduced in Chapter 1, I suggested that Reflection on Experience is a space within coaching where the deconstruction and articulation of experience through a process of reflective description can begin. Such exploration can help clients start to understand their experience, and ultimately facilitate more and better understanding. In Chapter 6, I stressed the importance of enabling clients to ‘lay out’ descriptions of their experience prior to focusing on those descriptions as catalysts for further exploration. Bitbol and Petitmengin described such laying out in terms of first- or third-person functionality, proposing that ‘reflection can concern either: (a) experience as it is lived in ...

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