Integration in Counselling & Psychotherapy: Developing a by Phil Lapworth

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Now in its Second Edition, this ebook is proven studying for any practitioner or trainee wishing to advance their very own own kind of operating. in addition to analyzing modern integrative techniques, the authors express the right way to strengthen a person method of integrating theories and strategies from more than a few psychotherapies. delivering transparent ideas for integration instead of a brand new healing version, this useful new version places extra emphasis at the integrative framework, and procedural techniques, extending dialogue of the person practitioner as integrator.

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Similarly, if children are repeatedly exposed to violent and destructive ‘models’ (parents, family members, and so on) they are more likely to build their self-esteem on aggressive features than will a peer who has had assertive and co-operative behaviours modelled for him.

If the people in the child’s environment respond to her needs and help her to express, understand and manage her feelings, she can grow to adulthood, healthy and capable of interdependence with others rather than being overly dependent or independent. In order to satisfy their basic human hungers for survival, relationship and achievement, people, especially during the vulnerable stages of infancy and childhood, will, through the process of positive and negative reinforcement, be conditioned to conform to the wishes, needs and hungers of those around them.

Managing the parallel process Parallel process refers to the tendency of the client to repeat and reconstruct in their relationship with the therapist the very dynamics of the problems which they are bringing to the therapy. It is part of the counsellor’s responsibility to diagnose, understand and creatively work through the ways in which the client is attempting, albeit unconsciously, to evoke this parallel situation. Lucy usually arrives late for her sessions. She spends several minutes at the beginning of each session apologizing and listing the many reasons for her lateness and leaves expressing dissatisfaction that she hasn’t dealt with what she was wanting to work on in her therapy.

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