Defamiliarization

See with new eyes what you thought you knew

Image of the Korean War Memorial, Washington DC, by the author

One of the advantages of being a reflective eclectic is I can borrow techniques from other fields and apply them to my own, psychotherapy. Some of these techniques come from surprising sources. Today I’d like to talk about something I learned from being a photographer: defamiliarization.

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Mental Health Counselor and Writer www.keithwilsoncounseling.com

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Keith R Wilson

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Mental Health Counselor and Writer www.keithwilsoncounseling.com

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