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TitleThe therapeutic collaboration in life design counselling: the case of Ryan
Author(s)Taveira, Maria do Céu
Ribeiro, Eugénia
Cardoso, Paulo Miguel da Silva
Silva, Filipa
KeywordsCareer construction
Career counselling
Career intervention
Case study
Coding system
Life Design Counselling
Process of change
Therapeutic collaboration
Zone of proximal development
Zone of proximal developmentc
Issue date2017
PublisherEducation Association of South Africa (EASA)
JournalSouth African Journal of Education
Abstract(s)This study examined the therapeutic collaboration in a case of Life Design Counseling (LDC) with narrative change and positive career outcomes. The therapeutic collaboration-change model and correspondent coding system were used to intensively study the helping relationship throughout three sessions of LDC. The collaboration coding system enables the assessment of each therapeutic exchange within and outside of the client’s therapeutic zone of proximal development, defined as the space between the client’s actual therapeutic developmental level and his/her potential developmental level fomented by a collaborative relationship. Results show that in all sessions, counsellor and client worked mainly within the therapeutic proximal development zone, that is, they were able to interact collaboratively. The coding of the counsellor’s interventions throughout the counselling process was in accordance with the life-design framework. The collaborationchange model and coding system contributed to understand the process of change in LDC.
TypeArticle
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/1822/49157
DOI10.15700/saje.v37n4a1466
ISSN0256-0100
e-ISSN2076-3433
Publisher versionSim
Peer-Reviewedyes
AccessOpen access
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