Reconstructing the person
journal contributionposted on 2007-02-19, 11:39 authored by John Cromby
This paper proposes that feelings, rather than cognitions or behaviours, are the core stuff of human experience and should provide the starting point for clinical understandings. So far in this special issue, we’ve suggested in various ways that cognition and it’s alternatives, narrative and discourse, are not primary in human experience. But what is?
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CitationCROMBY, J., 2006. Reconstructing the person. Clinical Psychology Forum, 162, pp. 13-16
Publisher© British Psychological Society
NotesThis article was pubished in Clinical Psychology Forum [© British Psychological Society] and is also available at: http://www.bps.org.uk/.