What is Systemic about Systemic Therapy?: Therapy Model Muddle Embodied Systemic Practice
/ Keeney, Hillary -- Keeney, Bradford
A critical review of some of the historical debates among systemic therapists suggests that the enactment of systemic practice has largely been eclipsed by an over-emphasis on interpretation, narrative, and theoretical understanding. We argue that being principally organized by any therapeutic model—whether it advocates a postmodern, narrative, systemic, or other view—maintains the hegemony not of only a singular form of interpretation, but of interpretation itself. We suggest the practical shift intended by systemic and cybernetic contributions to the field involved its implicit encouragement of an always ready-to-change therapy, creatively guided by interactivity rather than allegiance to any habituated form.
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