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This collection explores the potential synergy of bringing systemic and psychoanalytic therapy back into dialogue with each other, on new terms.The editors have collected articles from partisans of both fields. The book tracks the ways in which innovative systemic practitioners are creatively reassembling the clinical and intellectual lineaments of psychodynamic and systems thinking in their work. While the strategies are many and varied, the collection as a whole reflects some of the deepest ideals and practices of both traditions at their best: holding complexity, tolerating contradiction, seeking common ground, seeing past limiting and ideologically driven binaries, thinking and working outside the box, and honoring history and tradition, even while digging it up.
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