Starting from a semiotic-psychological perspective, the authors discuss some of the characteristics of sense-making processes of one’s own experience, achieved through narrative processes. In this contribution, an interest in the narration is articulated around its transformative potential within a clinical setting. For this purpose, a dynamic-semiotic model of the mind is introduced, different hermeneutic frames (telling stories, discourse) of understanding of narrative processes are discerned and argued, and finally the relationship between narration and reflexive processes is discussed from a relational-dialogical point of view.
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