Podstawy filozoficzne modelu „osoba-terapeuty”

  • Harry Aponte
Słowa kluczowe: osoba-terapeuty, czerpanie z „siebie” w terapii, szkolenie terapeutów, filozofia szkolenia

Abstrakt

Model „Osoba-Terapeuty”, to podejście stosowane w terapii, w szkoleniu i w superwizji terapeutów. Koncepcja terapeuty jako zranionego uzdrowiciela jawi się jako kluczowa w interpretacji procesu terapeutycznego i jego leczącej mocy. Celem artykułu jest zaprezentowanie filozofii tego modelu, który promuje twórcze wykorzystanie osobistego potencjału terapeutów niezależnie od reprezentowanych przez nich różnych szkół psychoterapeutycznych.

Biogram autora

Harry Aponte

Harry J. Aponte, HPhD, LCSW, LMFT is a professor in Drexel University’s Couple and Family Therapy Department. He also has a private practice in Philadelphia. He has written several important articles and chapters in addition to his book, „Bread and Spirit: Therapy with the new poor” and recently „The Person of the Therapist Training Model: Mastering the Use of Self”. He has lectured and conducted workshops throughout the United States, as well as in Canada, Latin America, Europe and Asia.

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Opublikowane
2017-07-07
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Z problematyki społeczno-pedagogicznej