In this article, we provide an interdisciplinary overview of reflexive practice within qualitative research and discuss dominant views on reflexivity within qualitative counseling literature. We propose a new way to frame the reflexive process called radical reflexivity. Finally, we offer examples from our research experience and discuss implications.
- counseling qualitative research
- qualitative research methodology
- qualitative research process
- researcher vulnerability
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Developmental and Educational Psychology
- Clinical Psychology