Personhood, Professionalism and the Helping Relation: Dialogues and Reflections
Explores the link between the professional and the personal within the counselling, guidance and therapeutic relation. In a year-long dialogue the two authors seek to understand ghe core qualities in the relation between the helper and the helpee. The concepts power, energy, wholeness, emancipation and interdependency are discussed as components in the professional relation between persons.
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