Publisher: Fideli Publishing

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    Participant Observation, or Sullivanism, refers both to a general proposition that can characterize all psychotherapy and to certain technical suggestions for working in the social field, both spring largely from the work of Harry Stack Sullivan. The general proposition is that clinical psychiatric work precludes observations of the patient alone, the relation between observer and observed is so interactive that statements about the one must include statements about the other. (9 pp.)

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