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Co-creation
A recent view about psychodynamic therapy is that what is created in the therapy is not simply the result of either party in the work (therapist & client) but is a co-creation in which each does a vital part.


Within a successful therapy, it will become apparent to both the client and the therapist that each has a significant part to play in the development of the therapeutic process.

The therapist is not entirely neutral because the therapist also has a subjective history from which to observe and make interpretations.

Contrast Catalysis.
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