Marla J. Arvay

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In this article we describe a unique qualitative research design in which we used our own lived experiences as the basis for understanding theories of the self. Our purpose in this study was to (a) broaden current understandings of self theory, (b) juxtapose theories of the self with lived experiences of selfhood, and (c) use these new understandings to(More)
The present study examined the client’s perspective on what helps form and strengthen the counselling alliance and aims to provide a preliminary catalogue of concrete clientidentified alliance-building factors. Nine participants (four males, five females) currently or previously in counselling were interviewed using the Critical Incident Technique and asked(More)
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