Working at relational depth, the latest research findings

Mick Cooper

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Abstract

The aim of this paper is to draw together findings from recent studies on the experience of relational depth -- including those described earlier in this book -- to give a state-of-the-art review of what the research currently tells us about moments of deep connection: its prevalence, nature, consequences and antecedents.

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ConferenceBAPCA 20th Anniversary Conference, Changes in Consciousness: The PCA and a World in Transition
CityUniversity of Reading
Period10/09/0913/09/09

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Keywords

  • therapy
  • relational depth
  • research findings

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Cooper, M. (2009). Working at relational depth, the latest research findings. Paper presented at BAPCA 20th Anniversary Conference, Changes in Consciousness: The PCA and a World in Transition, University of Reading, .
Cooper, Mick. / Working at relational depth, the latest research findings. Paper presented at BAPCA 20th Anniversary Conference, Changes in Consciousness: The PCA and a World in Transition, University of Reading, .
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