Family Therapy, Personal Life and Therapeutic Practice. The Map of Relational Resonance as a Language for Analyzing Psychotherapeutic Processes
Journal article, Peer reviewed
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In this article a middle range theory, called “the map of relational resonance,” will be presented. The concept of “relational resonance” as defined is developed for understanding the different ways in which therapists’ own values and personal and private experiences create a context for their therapeutic work. The map of relational resonance offers both a constructive and a critical perspective for family therapy practice. We suggest that the map of relational resonance could be an important aspect of family therapy education and training. In understanding and conducting family therapy and systemic practice the map of relational resonance is a helpful framework for discussing systemic therapeutic practices and has the potential to be developed as an evaluation tool.