Radical Relationality

Topic Reference File
Family Values and Relationality

Slife, B. D. (1999). Values in Christian families: Do they come from unrecognized idols? Brigham Young University Studies, 38 (2), 117 - 147.

Notes on a Relational Ontology

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Notes on a Relational Psychotherapy

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Relational Therapy in Practice

Slife, B.D. (August, 2005). A radically relational approach to psychotherapy. Paper to be presented at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C. Notes on the features of relationality and relational therapy.

Dualism in Psychological Methods

Slife, B. D., Reber, J. S., & Faulconer, J. E. (in press).  Implicit ontological reasoning:  Problems of dualism in psychological science.  In R. Proctor & J. Capaldi (Eds.), Psychology of science: Implicit and explicit reasoning. New York:  Oxford University Press.

Virtue Ethics in Practice

Slife, B. D. (in press).  Virtue ethics in practice:  The Greenbrier Academy.  Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology.

Is Social Constructionism Relational?

Slife, B. D., & Richardson, F. (in press).  Is Gergen’s Relational Being relational enough?  Journal of Constructivist Psychology.

The Relativism of Social Constructionism

Slife, B. D., & Richardson, F. (in press).  The relativism of social constructionism.  Journal of Constructivist Psychology.

Relational Ontology

Slife, B. D.  (2004).  Taking practice seriously:  Toward a relational ontology.  Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology, 24 (2), 157 – 178.

Relationality in positive psychology

Slife, B.D., & Richardson, F.C.  (2008).  Problematic ontological underpinnings of positive psychology:  A strong relational alternative.  Theory & Psychology, 18 (5), 699-723.

Radical Relationality in Psychotherapy

Slife, B.D., & Wiggins, B.  (2009). Taking relationship seriously in psychotherapy:  Radical relationality.  Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy, 39 (1), 17-24.