Post-modernism for Psychotherapy and Counselling

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LOEWENTHAL, D & SNELL, R, Post-modernism for Psychotherapists: A Critical Reader. Routledge; 1 edition (28 Aug 2003). Isbn 978-1583911013


Below is a video that in a friendly way offers to describe the main tenets surrounding the notion of Post-Modernism - a 'reactionary' train of thought that originated in France in response to the modern, or scientific ways of thinking that used to prevail in the 19th century. Post-Modernism is important to the practice of psychotherapy as its corresponding ideas tend to 'open-up' as well as help reveal what might have become so much taken for granted in one's life as to leave everyone confused and in the dark.


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