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  • Writer's pictureRae Sabine

The Therapist As Listerner

Listening is clearly central to the practice of both counselling and psychotherapy. Given this, it is quite extraordinary how little thought has been given to the nature of therapeutic listening and to the cultivation and evaluation of the therapist as listener.

Instead, listening is a subject marginalised in both the theoretical literature on psychotherapy and in the practical training of counsellors and psychotherapists. This collection of essays provides a platform for an exploration of the deeper nature of listening as a mode of active inner communication with others.

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