Tag: Peter Felix Kellermann

  • Dialogues and mirroring – Psychodrama and Imago

    In an earlier post I tried to capture a thought I had about dialogues. I was pleased to know someone read it and emailed me to say they were a bit confused. No wonder, I just pour out something I think about late at night — when I should be fast asleep! I will describe […]

  • Validating Mirror and Evaluative Mirror

    I have been reflecting on a while on what appears to be different uses of the term “mirroring’ in various psychotherapeutic modalities. It was useful to come across Peter Felix Kellermann’s distinction between two types of mirroring. Validating Mirror “When I look, iam seen so I exist.” – Winnicott Evaluative Mirror Learning to see how […]