6. The Relevance of Postmodernism to Counselors and Counseling Practice (Pages 355-363)
James T. Hansen
Postmodernism is a broad intellectual movement that has been changing the way people approach art, music, literature, politics, and philosophy since the late 20th century. This article addresses the impact of postmodern thinking on the practice of counseling and its relevance to counselors’ approach to understanding clients and their world.