This chapter concludes that the book applies various approaches to system therapy that converges to the same metaprinciple: the person is part of a social system that simultaneously influences and is influenced by it. Functional dialectic system teaches people to use their cognitive, emotional, and behavioral repertoires in an optimistic way; thereby, creating a tremendous change in both the life of client and the therapist. Dialectics provides an idea that everything has its opposite inherent, which could be helpful in identifying the meaning of a person’s behavior.
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