Reflexivity and its Radical Form: Implications for the Practice of Humanistic Psychotherapies

@article{Rennie2006ReflexivityAI,
  title={Reflexivity and its Radical Form: Implications for the Practice of Humanistic Psychotherapies},
  author={David L. Rennie},
  journal={Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy},
  year={2006},
  volume={37},
  pages={53-58}
}
Reflexivity has been defined as self-awareness, and radical reflexivity as awareness of self-awareness. Based on a qualitative research study of the client's experience of psychotherapy, clients’ reflexivity and radical reflexivity are applied to the concepts of moral evaluation and freedom of will. These concepts in turn are related to psychotherapy… CONTINUE READING