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Title: Manual de intervención en dilemas implicativos
Author: Senra, J.
Feixas i Viaplana, Guillem
Fernandes, E.
Keywords: Teoria dels constructes personals
Intervenció psicològica
Personal construct theory
Psychological intervention
Issue Date: 2005
Publisher: Revista de Psicoterapia
Abstract: The notion that human beings face internal conflicts is very old in the field of psychotherapy. Also, it is common the idea that symptoms could be derived from those conflicts. However, attempts for developing ways of appraising those conflicts so that they can be measured and tested empirically are almost inexistent. Precisely, the Multi- Centre Dilemma Project is aimed at investigating the role of those conflicts, termed implicative dilemmas or dilemmatic constructs, in health using the Repertory Grid Technique as a method to identify them. So far, a higher presence of those conflicts has been found in a variety of clinical problems (depression, social phobia, somatic problems, etc.) in comparison to non-clinical samples. Therefore, it seems convenient to develop a form of intervention aimed to dealing and resolving these conflicts. In this paper a therapy manual focused on implicative dilemmas resolution is presented. It consists of a structured intervention for 15 sessions, designed mainly for research and training in psychotherapy, and based on Personal Construct Psychotherapy.
Note: Reproducció del document publicat a: http://revistadepsicoterapia.com/catalog/product/view/id/803/s/manual-de-intervencion-en-dilemas-implicativos/category/3/; http://campus.usal.es/~tcp/articulos/manualdilemas.pdf
It is part of: Revista de Psicoterapia, 2005, num. 63-64, p. 179-201
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2445/65389
ISSN: 1130-5142
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