Innovations in the Reflecting Process

Harlene Anderson (Redaktør) ; Per Jensen (Redaktør)

'The passion to continually be on the move to seek new understanding is a characteristic of the field of family therapy and systemic thinking over the last forty years. Many professionals have moved around, more or less freely, in and out of this field. Les mer
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'The passion to continually be on the move to seek new understanding is a characteristic of the field of family therapy and systemic thinking over the last forty years. Many professionals have moved around, more or less freely, in and out of this field. Some have made footprints that will last for a long time. One of these is Tom Andersen. From a position as professor in social psychiatry at the University of Tromso in northern Norway he has moved around the world participating with other professionals in their efforts to develop their work and seek wider horizons.' - Harlene Anderson and Per Jensen, from the Preface

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Series Editors' Forewordxi
About the Editors and Contributorsxiii
Prefacexix




Innovations





Practising ``withness'': a human art

3(13)




Lynn Hoffman





``Reflecting talk'', ``inner talk'', and ``outer talk'': Tom Andersen's way of being

16(17)




John Shotter





Arlene Katz





Creating a space for a generative community

33(13)




Harlene Anderson





Flashbacks in war: a consultation with reflections

46(12)




Peggy Penn





Voicing voices

58(16)




Adela G. Garcia





Lino Guevara





Open conversations that weave changes in contexts of poverty or wealth

74(12)




Roxana Zevallos





Nelly Chong





Conversation, language, and the written word

86(17)




Judit Wagner





Balancing between peripheral/central positions when we're invited to be central

103(11)




Helena Maffei Cruz





Marilia de Freitas Pereira





Celebrating moments of discomfort

114(11)




Judy Rankin





Networks on networks: initiating international cooperation for the treatment of psychosis

125(12)




Jaakko Seikkula





True stories: acts of informing and forming

137(12)




Eugene Epstein





Manfred Wiesner





Margit Epstein





The June Seminars at the North Calotte

149(9)




Magnus Hald





Eva Kjellberg





Anders Lindseth





Pal Talberg





Crossroads

158(19)




Tom Andersen





Per Jensen





Greetings





``Living at 70 in 2006''

176(1)




Anna Margrete Flam





``When it starts buzzing in your ears, you must lean forward!''

177(3)




Knut Beine Lykken





Trygve Grann-Meyer





Of course I knew everything from before, but . . .

180(6)




Georg Høyer





A small ``musical'' greeting from ``The Chamber Music Group, Seven Sisters''

186(3)




Rebekka Alne





Heidi Susann Emaus





Anki Godø Giæver





Liv Marit Edvardsen





Asrun Gjøstad





Gry Arnes





Tone Vangen Fagerheim





Thank you, Tom

189(3)




Eva Albert





Movements of life

192(2)




Berit Ianssen





Our inspiration to write a book together: clinical experience and reflections in psychomotor physiotherapy

194(3)




Gudrun Øvreberg





An expanded framework: employing psychomotor physiotherapy in arenas other than the treatment of individual patients

197(2)




Eli Rongved





What does it mean to be human?

199(8)




Barbro Collen





Curt Westin





Madeleine Thornlund





A tribute to Tom---humbly, from the heart of the Norwegian Family Therapy Association

207(12)




Pal Abrahamsen





Kirsti Ramfjord Haaland





Hans Christian Michaelsen

References and Bibliography219(8)
Index227

Om forfatteren

Harlene Anderson