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Role-Playing in Systemic Psychotherapy Training. How the Experience of Role-Playing in Systemic Therapy Training Opens the Repertoire of the Therapeutic Interventions and Relates Them to the First Therapeutic Experiences
The systemic idea of learning by doing is a basis for the role-playing. The role-playing is related to the forming of the therapist's repertoire and way of conducting therapeutic session. The contributions of the role-playing influence the development of the student as a therapist. With the role-playing, students can get practice to improve skills, self-awareness, get supervision and feedback. Role-playing shows the student's style of conducting therapy. The dynamic in the group influences personal experience and efficacy of the role-playing.doi:10.15135/2015.3.1.43-54 fatcat:sfkohhnwmfhyxidbvvj5yoclaa