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|Title: ||Two-chair dialogue: an emotion-focused technique applied to career counselling|
|Authors: ||Cardoso, Paulo|
|Keywords: ||Career counselling|
|Issue Date: ||8-Jul-2020|
|Abstract: ||This article aims to show the applicability of two-chair dialogue techniques
to solve intrapersonal conflicts underpinning career decision-making
difficulties. Grounded in a dialectical constructivist perspective this
technique evokes the dialogue between two conflicting self-position,
each one in a different chair. It is sought that this dialogue fosters
harmony between both sides of the conflict to facilitate career decisionmaking.
An illustrative case is presented to describe the sequence of
counsellor’s tasks during the process of facilitating conflict resolution.
Next, critical aspects of the intervention are commented, namely the
role of emotions and working alliance to foster client change. Finally, we
refer to the advantages of this technique for flexible and dynamic
practices, committed to abolishing frontiers between career and
|Appears in Collections:||PSI - Publicações - Artigos em Revistas Internacionais Com Arbitragem Científica|
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