Intersubjectivity in the Construction of Boundaries
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Keywords:Intersubjectivity, boundaries, attachment, therapy dyad
AbstractThis article examines intersubjectivity and infant-mother attachment issues in relation to psychotherapy. From this view it is argued that the therapist-client dynamics form the core of the therapy work. Boundaries are looked at through Bioenergetic concepts. The paper concludes with treatment techniques that increase healthy boundaries.
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