Mutual Influence in Relationships

I have an unusual way of understanding interpersonal relationships, including relationships between therapists and clients. I think of each of these relationships as an interpersonal system characterized by mutuality of influence, a phenomenon that is separate from the two partners as individuals, a system in which the actions of one person can never be isolated from the system itself. I work privately with individuals and couples, as well as with other therapists, to help them better understand their relationships, and to become better partners in relationship.

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