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Part I: An Orienting Framework 1. Meaning-Making Narratives: Foundations for Constructivist and Social Constructionist Psychotherapies(Hugh Rosen) Part II: Constructivist and Social Constructionist Epistemology and Praxis 2. The Construction of Clinical "Realities"(Paul Watzlawick) 3. Psychotherapeutic Theory and Practice: Contributions from Maturana's Structure Determinism(Jay S. Efran, Mitchell A. Greene) 4. Psychothethrapy as a Social Construction( Sheila McNamee) Part III: The Social Context of Construing 5. Relationship Factors in the Creation of Identity: A Psychodynamic Perspective( Carolyn Saari) 6. Women's Constructions of Truth, Self, Authority, and Power, (Nancy Rule Goldberger) 7. Narrative, Social Constructionism, and Buddhism( William D. Lax) Part IV: The Construction of Affect 8. Emotional Creativity: Theoretical and Applied Aspects( Elma P. Nunley, James R. Averill) 9. Emotion and Cognition in Experiential Therapy: A Dialectical Constructivist Perspective( Jeanne C. Watson, Leslie S. Greenberg) Part V: Constructivist Metatheory in Psychotherapy Integration 10. Psychoanalysis and Constructivism: Convergence in Meaning-Making Perspectives(Stephen Soldz) 11. Narrative and the Process of Psychotherapy: Theoretical Foundations and Empirical Support( Robert L. Russell, Mary L. Wandrei) 12. Metaphor, Meaning-Making, and Metamorphosis(Mary Baird Carlsen) Part VI:Constructivist and Social Constructionist Psychotherapy: Examples of Personal Implications 13. Process Interventions for the Constructivist Psychotherapist (Robert A. Neimeyer) 14. Couples Therapy: Change Talk( Steven Friedman) 15. The Meaning of Relationship in Residential Treatment: A Development Perspective( Robert L. Selman, Steven Brion-Meisels, Gregory G. Wilkins) Part VII: An Integrating Framework 16. Interweaving Themes and Threads of Meaning-Making(Kevin T. Kuehlwein)