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The Radical Therapist #060 – Is Being “Non-Judgemental” Enough in Counseling and Therapy w/ Dr. Chris Hoff

Posted on March 31st, 2019

In episode #060 Chris asks Is being "non-judgemental" enough in counseling and therapy? In this video Chris explores the rationale for withholding judgement in therapy through Carl Rogers' ethic of prizing the client, but argues that only goes so far, and then examines Michel Foucault's work on the role of normalizing judgement in the modern world.

 

John Winslade's From being non-judgemental to deconstructing normalising judgement: https://bit.ly/2SA7gC9

 

 

Chris Hoff PhD, LMFT

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