Yıl: 2010 Cilt: 4 Sayı: 33 Sayfa Aralığı: 23 - 36 Metin Dili: Türkçe İndeks Tarihi: 29-07-2022

Postmodern diyalog: Öyküsel psikolojik damışma

Öz:
Bu çalışmada, postmodernist temelleri olan sosyal yapılandırmacı yaklaşımın bir uygulama şekli olarak ortaya çıkmış olan öyküsel psikolojik danışmanın okuyucuya tanıtılması hedeflenmiştir. Temel varsayımlar, terapötik süreç, psikolojik danışman’ın ve danışanın üstlendiği roller özetlenmiştir. Modernist epistemoloji anlayışına ters düşen postmodernist epistemoloji kesin doğru yerine farklı ve çoklu bakış açılarının hakim olduğu bir anlayış benimsemektedir. Bilginin yaratılması sosyal alışverişe dayanmaktadır ve bireyin çevre ile etkileşimi sonucu oluşturulan gerçekler öyküsel psikolojik danışmada önemli yer tutmaktadır. Özgün anlatımlar (narratif) bireyin bilgiyi organize etmesinde kullanılan araçlardır ve bireyler sosyal olarak inşa edilmiş rolleri deneyimlerine taşırlar. Danışanların baskın öykülerinde genel olarak bir yetersizlik algısı hakimdir ve yardım arama ihtiyacı danışan öykülerindeki yetersizlik algısından doğmaktadır. Öyküsel psikolojik danışmayı benimsemiş psikolojik danışman’ın en önemli rolü danışanın öyküsünü etkin olarak dinleyebilmektir. Süreç içinde, danışan psikolojik danışmanla işbirliği içinde öykülerine yeni anlamlar yükleyerek öyküsünü yeniden yaratır. Terapötik değişim danışanın kişisel öykülerine yönelik algılarının yeniden yapılandırılmasıdır.
Anahtar Kelime: psikoterapi anlatı psikolojisi psikolojik danışmanlık tedavi yöntemleri uygulanabilirlik öyküsel psikolojik danışma psikolojik danışmanlık ve rehberlik eğitimi postmodernizm yapısalcılık

Postmodern dialog: Narrative counseling

Öz:
In this study, narrative approach based on postmodernist assumptions which is an application of social constructionism is introduced. Basic assumptions, therapeutic process, and the roles of counselor and client in narrative approach were summarized. Contrary to modernist epistemology, postmodernist epistemology adopts diverse and multiple realities instead of one certain truth. While creating knowledge, the realities based on social exchange and the interactions of the individual with environment are central in narrative approach. Narratives are useful tools while individuals organize knowledge. Individuals transfer socially constructed roles into their experiences. Perception of inadequacy is prevailing in the dominant narratives of clients and the need for seeking help emerges from the perception of inadequacy in narratives. The most important role of the counselor who embraces narrative approach is active listening. The client re-creates the dominant narrative by attributing new meanings in collaboration with the counselor. Therapeutic change is to re-construct the perceptions of the client related to narratives.
Anahtar Kelime: postmodernism structuralism psychotherapy narrative psychology psychological counseling therapeutic techniques applicability narrative psychological counseling psychological counseling and guidance education

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Chicago KARAIRMAK Özlem,BUGAY Aslı Postmodern diyalog: Öyküsel psikolojik damışma. Türk Psikolojik Danışma ve Rehberlik Dergisi 4, no.33 (2010): 23 - 36.
MLA KARAIRMAK Özlem,BUGAY Aslı Postmodern diyalog: Öyküsel psikolojik damışma. Türk Psikolojik Danışma ve Rehberlik Dergisi, vol.4, no.33, 2010, ss.23 - 36.
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