Integral Psychotherapy

Un libro in lingua di Ingersoll R. Elliott Zeitler David M. edito da State Univ of New York Pr, 2010

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Integral psychotherapy is introduced as going beyond postmodernism's death knoll in growing new sprouts from the deconstructed remains of psychotherapy. Drawing on Ken Wilber's Integral Psychology (2000), Ingersoll (counseling psychology, Cleveland State U.) and Zeitler (integral psychology, John F. Kennedy U., Pleasant Hill, California) explain tools including Wilber's quadrants representing the interior/exterior, individual/collective aspects of a psychospiritual self-system. Although the approach is eclectic, it is differentiated from other typologies and approaches which are critiqued. The text concludes with an in-depth case study, which begins in Integral fashion with a brief analysis of the therapist. Annotation ©2010 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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