Emotional Investment: Transforming Psychotherapeutic Assumptions...
argues that most current psychotherapies and psychologies tend to be objective (e.g. psychoanalysis, ego psychology, self psychology, and behaviorism) or quasi-objective (e.g. cognitive therapy, reality therapy) in their orientiation, but that "traditional objectivity" needs to be transformed into "experiential objectivity", where expererience equals reality, thus rejecting the ontological distance - and the unilateral power it entails - between therapist and client.
...a new form of professional/non-professional interaction in the mental health field that equalizes the power between professional and non-professional.
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