This chapter discusses on a project work in therapy with a reflexive approach that resulted in a collection of real-life research reflecting different reflexive approaches. It also discusses and illustrates reflexive research practice with reference to DPsych students at Metanoia and other real-life researchers and aims to locate reflexivity within a conceptual matrix. Here we will particularly look at reflexivity on introspection, inter-subjectivity and mutual collaboration, as the author has chosen to incorporate the 'variant' social critique and ironic critique in the category referred to by Finlay and Gough as mutual collaboration. Intersubjective reflexivity explores knowledge claims with an interest in 'the mutual meanings involved in the research relationship'. Supervision that focuses on emotions and relationships plays an important role here. This chapter has mainly focused on three of the 'five reflexive variants': namely introspection, intersubjectivity and mutual collaboration.