Ethics in Practice: A Critical Appreciation of Mikhail Bakhtin's Concept of "Outsideness" in Relation to Responsibility and the Creation of Meaning in Psychotherapy
American journal of psychotherapy 2011; 65(1): 1-25
High standards of ethical practice are paramount in psychotherapy and involve the negotiation of complex issues in societies characterised by ethnic, cultural and religious diversity. Bakhtin's concept of "outsideness" offers a potential way of thinking about the ethical implications of therapist interventions that is transtheoretical and that pays particular attention to the use of language and the embodied nature of human interaction.
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