Since coming into contact with the dialogical approach to family therapy, Judith has primarily focused on operationalising dialogical ideas in clinical practice. Dialogical practice involves an ethos or a way of being as a therapist, as well as sophisticated and nuanced clinical skills that readily extend to be useful in individual, couple and family therapy within a variety of differing contexts.

Judith has been sensitised to the nuances of dialogical practice by a variety of means. As well as her engagement with formal observation and training, her sensitivity has been deepened by:

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Dialogue cannot exist without humility
— Paulo Friere