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Firstly, we are personally interested in articulating the deeper story to our clinical work and our teaching and consulting – the identification of elements that lie at the basis of why we are involved in this field and the underlying conceptual framework that is actually driving our decision making and personal energy. Secondly, the issue of philosophy and its identification is currently very alive in professional settings, bringing out tensions, arguments, excitements – a whole range of emotions as well as a number of creative ideas.
That century saw the invention of the telescope, the microscope, the thermometer, the barometer, the air pump, the discovery of the circulation of blood, advances in pure mathematics and more precise measurements than had ever been possible before. It was a time of complete transformation. Copernicus identified the sun as the centre of the universe, Kepler discovered the laws of planetary motion, Gallileo articulated the laws of dynamics and falling bodies, and Newton discovered that action and reaction were equal.
Husserl’s interest was in establishing more clearly the structure of consciousness, as well as promoting a methodology, the phenomenological method, designed to enable an examination of the structure of experience and consciousness. Of particular importance to later thinking and practice within the fields of counselling psychology and psychotherapy was the notion of the co-creation between observer and observed, an idea which lies at the heart of the phenomenological position. Phenomenology as a philosophical tradition had in fact two distinct paths which can be identified in its development.
A short introduction to counselling psychology by Vanja Orlans; Susan Van Scoyoc