Grace Notes XX

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HANNAH ARENDT (1993) DEFINED social responsibility as both an individual's values and a political presence of belonging or suffering and acting or doing which ' ... needs the presence of others before whom they can appear.' (Arendt, 1993: 154).
As an educator in the field of counselling and psychotherapy I am surprised at the lack of debate, recognition or acknowledgement, that the problems of clients, their families and communities, may not have originated solely from themselves. There is very little literature in the field of counselling and psychotherapy identifying a discourse of fairness and justice.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)35
JournalThe Transactional Analyst
Issue numberAutum 2016
Publication statusPublished - 2016

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Grace Notes XX. / Siddique, Salma.

In: The Transactional Analyst, No. Autum 2016, 2016, p. 35.

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Siddique, S 2016, 'Grace Notes XX', The Transactional Analyst, no. Autum 2016, pp. 35.
Siddique, Salma. / Grace Notes XX. In: The Transactional Analyst. 2016 ; No. Autum 2016. pp. 35.
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