Cradling the Chrysalis

Sullivan, Mary MacCallum

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Synopsis: This book addresses the ethical and philosophical basis for the teaching/learning involved in becoming a psychotherapist. How can training prepare prospective psychotherapists, counsellors, and counselling psychologists for a task whose practitioners cannot even agree as to whether it is an art or a science, an impersonal clinical interaction or a profoundly humane, even 'spiritual' encounter?The authors believe they share with their students a passion about the possibilities inherent in this particular kind of conversation. Such a meeting demands a fully personal engagement and a profoundly ethical attitude towards the relationship with the Other; it is also potentially an important beginning in 'repairing the world'. The book explores the relative importance and emphasis of the structure, content and process of psychotherapy training. Its thesis is that the teaching/learning takes place in the quality of the reciprocal meeting between the teacher and the learner. The teacher must be alert to potential, with the capacity to 'cradle', to hold gently, not squeezing, suffocating or seeking to make in one's own image, but respecting and remaining in awe of the process of transformation and emergence.In a celebration of the triumvirate of ethics, collaboration and dialogue, the authors go on to present their view of the wisdom the field of psychotherapy has to offer beyond the consulting room, in a consideration of our day to day relations with our family, friends, neighbours, and colleagues, and strangers we encounter along the way.

About the Author: Harriett Goldenberg, MA, MSc, CPsychol, AdDipEx, MBACP, HPC, has over twenty-five years clinical experience working with adults (including both individuals and couples), having begun by setting up one of the first fertility counselling services in England, in the NHS, whilst training as a counselling psychologist. She currently works as an existential-phenomenological psychotherapist, and has developed a deep professional interest in a wide range of experiences of marginality, and minority experience, with a strong element of intercultural work in her practice. Her writing spans a range of themes, much of it written in collaboration, such as 'Cradling the Chrysalis: Teaching and Learning Psychotherapy', which she wrote with friend and colleague Mary MacCallum Sullivan. In fact, collaboration is a hallmark of her work, whether it be with a client in the consulting room, a colleague in the training process, or a fellow author. Mary MacCallum Sullivan, BEd(Hons), MA(Psych & Couns), UKCP Reg., PMCosca, has worked for many years in postgraduate psychotherapy education and training as teacher, team leader and manager, and is an experienced independent practitioner who works with a wide range of clients. She is co-author with Harriett Goldenberg of 'Psychotherapy, Relationality and the Long Revolution' in 'The Psyche in the Modern World: Psychotherapy and Society' (ed. T. Warnecke), editor of 'Unconscious Communication In Practice' (1999), and co-editor with Bernard Burgoyne of 'The Klein-Lacan Dialogues'. She has also authored a number of papers and chapters, concentrating latterly on ethics and the wider implications of psychotherapy as a 'new technology of human relations'.

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Title: Cradling the Chrysalis
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