A twice-told tale: A phenomenological inquiry into clients' perceptions of therapy
Typically, what we understand about therapy and the families we work with comes from the therapist's observations. This inquiry evolved out of the empirical data that indicate the dramatic importance of the client's perceptions to achieving a successful outcome. The research was guided by the understanding that it is vitally important for therapists and therapy researchers to listen to clients and to examine our practices and theoretical approaches in the light of the client's experience of them. This study is a phenomenological inquiry into the client's experience of therapy.
Journal of Marital and Family Therapy
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Singer, Muriel, "A twice-told tale: A phenomenological inquiry into clients' perceptions of therapy" (2005). Kean Publications. 2631.