Theories Contextualizing Dual Relationships

The worker and the person being ‘worked on’ are in a binary relationship.

Speaking the Language of Recovery

In my profession particularly, the helping field, and for all of us that simply enjoy time spent in others’ companies, there is an unspoken fear that the person we are speaking to won’t listen or isn’t listening.

BOOK REVIEW: ‘Breakdown’ by Lynn Nanos

At the root of it, these case examples, while vivid, and telling of the extreme dysfunction in the system, are extremely black and white, with little grey area for clinical interpretation in terms of direction in the provision of patient care and treatment.

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