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Creating and maintaining a positive therapist-client relationship is considered to be essential in achieving therapeutic success, whereas damage to this relationship and the inability to repair disaffiliative episodes may have detrimental effects. So far, very little research has focused on how the relationship between therapists and clients is accomplished and negotiated through talk. Drawing from research in conversation analysis/ CA, I examine a diverse corpus of video-taped psychotherapy sessions to explore the interactional practices that may be ‘typically’ used to forge and create potential shifts in relationships and affiliation. In this paper, I not only set out to illustrate the central role that talk and conduct plays in therapist-client relationship-building, but also how the relationship is an ongoing interactional achievement.
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affiliation, conversation analysis, disaffiliation, disagreement, person references, relationship, social networks, troubles-telling, weak-tie support

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Muntigl, Peter. “Forging Relationships in Psychotherapeutic Interaction.” Relationships in Organized Helping : Analyzing Interaction in Psychotherapy, Medical Encounters, Coaching and in Social Media, edited by Claudio Scarvaglieri et al., vol. 331, John Benjamins, 2022, pp. 27–49, doi:10.1075/pbns.331.02mun.
APA
Muntigl, P. (2022). Forging relationships in psychotherapeutic interaction. In C. Scarvaglieri, E.-M. Graf, & T. Spranz-Fogasy (Eds.), Relationships in organized helping : analyzing interaction in psychotherapy, medical encounters, coaching and in social media (Vol. 331, pp. 27–49). https://doi.org/10.1075/pbns.331.02mun
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Muntigl, Peter. 2022. “Forging Relationships in Psychotherapeutic Interaction.” In Relationships in Organized Helping : Analyzing Interaction in Psychotherapy, Medical Encounters, Coaching and in Social Media, edited by Claudio Scarvaglieri, Eva-Maria Graf, and Thomas Spranz-Fogasy, 331:27–49. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. https://doi.org/10.1075/pbns.331.02mun.
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Muntigl, Peter. 2022. “Forging Relationships in Psychotherapeutic Interaction.” In Relationships in Organized Helping : Analyzing Interaction in Psychotherapy, Medical Encounters, Coaching and in Social Media, ed by. Claudio Scarvaglieri, Eva-Maria Graf, and Thomas Spranz-Fogasy, 331:27–49. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. doi:10.1075/pbns.331.02mun.
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Muntigl P. Forging relationships in psychotherapeutic interaction. In: Scarvaglieri C, Graf E-M, Spranz-Fogasy T, editors. Relationships in organized helping : analyzing interaction in psychotherapy, medical encounters, coaching and in social media. Amsterdam: John Benjamins; 2022. p. 27–49.
IEEE
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P. Muntigl, “Forging relationships in psychotherapeutic interaction,” in Relationships in organized helping : analyzing interaction in psychotherapy, medical encounters, coaching and in social media, vol. 331, C. Scarvaglieri, E.-M. Graf, and T. Spranz-Fogasy, Eds. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 2022, pp. 27–49.
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