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|Title:||From cultural to existential diversity : the impossibility of psychotherapy integration within a traditional framework|
|Author(s):||Rigazio-DiGilio, Sandra A.|
Gonçalves, Óscar F.
Ivey, Allen E.
Multiculturalism and psychotherapy
|Publisher:||Cambridge University Press|
|Journal:||Applied and Preventive Psychology|
|Citation:||"Applied & Preventive Psychology". ISSN 0962- 1849. 5 (1996) 235-247.|
|Abstract(s):||The authors build upon Castonguay and Goldfried's analysis regarding issues and directions central to advancing psychotherapy integration. They elaborate on two issues addressed only minimally in Castonguay and Goldfried's article. The first involves moving beyond traditional psychotherapy territory to include cultural, self-in-relationship, and interdisciplinary domains. The second concerns using more holistic and synergistic processes to coconstruct integrative theories and approaches. Finally, the authors offer some insights into what they believe should be the goals of the integrative movement and into additional issues they think should be addressed to attain these goals. Psychotherapy has become so complex and changing that we need a new view--one that recognizes the impossibility of any final or superior integrative theory and the need for constant change and evolution in theory and practice.|
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