This article offers an invitation to develop one's own unique clinical style, relying less on institutionalized schools of therapy and more on the therapist's own natural resources. An emphasis is placed upon understanding therapy as art, trusting one's imagination, and maintaining a healthy irreverence for professional politics.
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Keeney, B.P. Improvisational therapy: Evolving one's own clinical style. Contemp Fam Ther 12, 271–277 (1990). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00890017
- Natural Resource
- Health Psychology
- Social Issue
- Institutionalize School
- Improvisational Therapy