Welcome to another episode on The Words Matter Podcast, I’m Oliver Thomson.
So on this episode of the CauseHealth Series, I’m speaking with Dr Karin Mohn Engebretsen about her Chapter 11 of the CauseHealth Book, titled “Reflections on the Clinician’s Role in the Clinical Encounter”. Karin is a Gestalt Psychotherapist, working in private clinical practice in Oslo, Norway.
Her doctoral research (see here) was on phenomenology and medically unexplained symptoms, with particular focus on burnout. She has Published a series of research papers from her PhD studies, many of which are open access (see here, here and here).
So in this episode we talk about:
So this was really enjoyable discussion, with someone who has integrated dispositionalist theory with existing research and practice theories, namely existential phenomenology and constructivism.
This episode offer a real insight into the utility and compatibility of causal dispositionalism for person-centred clinical practice for all forms of healthcare, not just psychotherapy.
So I bring you Dr Karin Mohn Engebretsen
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