A Case Study Investigating Whether the Process of Resolving Interpersonal Problems in Couple Therapy Is Isomorphic to the Process of Resolving Problems in Individual Therapy
Keywords:couple therapy, inclusion, exclusion, dialogical self, assimilation model, systems theory, clinical case studies, case studies
The assimilation model of therapeutic change describes the self as comprised of multiple internal voices (mental states), and tracks the development of understanding and joint action between those voices in successful psychotherapies.
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Schielke, H. J., Stiles, W. B., Cuellar, R. E., Fishman, J. L., Hoener, C., Del Castillo, D., Dye, A. K., Zerubavel, N., Walker, D. P., & Greenberg, L. S. (2011). A Case Study Investigating Whether the Process of Resolving Interpersonal Problems in Couple Therapy Is Isomorphic to the Process of Resolving Problems in Individual Therapy. Pragmatic Case Studies in Psychotherapy, 7(4), 477–528. https://doi.org/10.14713/pcsp.v7i4.1114
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