Patients, chaperons and healers: enlarging the therapeutic encounter.


The common assumption in most therapy is that the process is initiated by a need in the patient and managed or directed by the therapist. If there are other people involved, except for the case of group or family therapy, they are at best marginal to the ongoing process as conducted in the therapy room. This paper, jointly written by a social anthropologist… (More)


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