multipartial

mul·ti·par·tial

(mŭl'tē-par'shăl),
Polyvalent, with respect to an antiserum.
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When counseling within the family context, it is particularly unique in that the counselor must forge a relationship with each individual, the subsystems in the family (parents and siblings), and the family unit as a whole (Pinsof & Catherall, 1986) Therefore, the counselor must engage in what Butler, Harper and Brimhall (2011) call multipartial interaction, giving voice to each member's experience and strengths without focusing on consensus but rather, equally validating each person's account with dynamic neutrality.
Strictly spoken, only the matching type is a multiple-operator structured and the conjoined-operator structure is a multipartial one.