What happens before we say 'Hello? An exploration of psychotherapists’ experiences of the emerging implicit during the assessment process

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Blythe, Carole;

This research explored psychotherapists’ emergent implicit experiences during assessments. It was concerned with unconscious processes occurring during the assessment session and how therapists made sense of and used these experiences clinically, either implicitly or ex... View more
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