Michael White discusses and deconstructs the traditional 'surface and depth' concepts at the heart of therapy practices based in expert knowledge and psychologies individualist practice understandings.
Michael White deconstructs traditional 'surface and depth' practice constructions that situate the heart of therapeutic practice based in humanism, expert knowledge and other individualist practice understandings.
Stephen Madigan reviews poststructuralist ideas in reference to the social location and discursive practices of problems.
John Winsalde introduces you to the ideology, history and politics of neoliberalism.
John Winsade outlines how neoliberal politics fully supports individualist ideas in the practice of therapy.
Lorraine Hedtke begins to outline the new theoretical foundations influencing an alternative practice when working with grief and loss by addressing the temporal positions important to making the relationship between parent and child more visible.