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Cottone R. R. (2017) In defense of radical social constructivism. Journal of Counseling & Development 95(4): 465–471.
This article is a response to Alex North’s (2016) critique of radical social constructivism (RSC). North claimed that RSC was a movement in counseling that would be monumentally problematic in its future application to counseling theory. In this article, the author defends RSC and posits that RSC is closely aligned with the values of counseling. RSC encourages counselors to look at the social understanding of clients’ experiences as paramount to the behaviors they exhibit.
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