Assimilative and Theoretical Integration in the Treatment of a Trauma Survivor
Keywords:psychotherapy integration, assimilative integration, PTSD case study, case study, clinical case study
This commentary discusses the therapy of a trauma survivor from the perspective of psychotherapy integration. The case of Grace (Pass, 2012) illustrates the concept of assimilative integration in so far as it incorporates an expressive writing technique into Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy, which is itself a theoretical integration of psychodynamic and experiential approaches.
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