From ‘what’s wrong with you?’ to ‘what’s happened to you?’: An introduction to the Special issue on the Power Threat Meaning framework
Harper, D. and Cromby, J. 2020. From ‘what’s wrong with you?’ to ‘what’s happened to you?’: An introduction to the Special issue on the Power Threat Meaning framework. Journal of Constructivist Psychology.
|Authors||Harper, D. and Cromby, J.|
The Power Threat Meaning Framework (PTMF), published by the British Psychological Society (BPS) in 2018, is an attempt to address the question of how we might understand what Harry Stack Sullivan called ‘problems in living’ other than by using psychiatric diagnostic systems. How might we best conceptualize emotional distress and behaviour which might concern or trouble others? We describe the context within which the PTMF was developed and explain some of its key elements before giving an overview of the articles in this special issue.
|Journal||Journal of Constructivist Psychology|
|Publisher||Taylor & Francis for Constructivist Psychology Network|
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|Accepted||20 May 2020|
|Deposited||21 May 2020|
|Copyright holder||© 2020 Taylor & Francis|
|Copyright information||This is an Accepted Manuscript of an article published by Taylor & Francis in Journal of Constructivist Psychology on [In Press], available online: http://www.tandfonline.com/[Article DOI].|
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