What Should I Do? What Would You Do?: A Counselling Psychologist’s Interpretation
Keywords:interpretation, counselling psychology, psychotherapy
This article is the product of being asked to reflect on the practice of counselling psychology as an interpretative practice. The author illustrates how her work as a student clinician is nothing but interpretive, and argues that interpretation is a necessary means of understanding and moving with one’s client throughout the therapy process.
Interpret. (n.d.). Merriam-Webster. Retrieved from
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