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Neimeyer R. A. (1995) Limits and lessons of constructivism: Some critical reflections. Journal of Constructivist Psychology 8(4): 339–361.
Despite their diversity, the articles in this special issue generally bear on three key problems facing constructivist theorists and therapists: (1) the relation between knowledge and reality, (2) the construction of self in social relationships, and (3) the facilitation of change in the clinical context. In this article I critically evaluate the recommendations and challenges of the contributors regarding these problems and clarify the implications for the practice of constructivist psychotherapy.
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