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În 7 – 8 octombrie 2017, are loc în Deva workshopul „Microtraume, rezilienţă şi creativitate” – atelier creditat de Colegiul Psihologilor din România cu 20 credite de către Comisia de psihologie clinică, consiliere şi psihoterapie şi Comisia de psihologie educaţională, consiliere şcolară şi vocaţională.
Fie că am pornit la drum cu mecanisme de apărare imature, având alături negarea, sau cu defense cu accente nevrotice cuprinse de raționalizări sau chiar parfumate de umorul matur, la școala de vară de anul acesta, ne-am așezat foarte rapid față în față cu întrebări curajoase […]
GDYNIA, Poland, 18 – 20 May, 2017 Europe is experiencing one of the most significant influxes of migrants and refugees in its history. Pushed by civil war and terror and pulled by the promise of a better life, hundreds of thousands of people have fl ed the Middle East and Africa, risking their lives along […]
Ewa DOBIALA & Peter WINKLER
‘Positive psychotherapy’ (Seligman, Rashid & Parks, 2006) is an upcoming new approach and spreading into different branches of psychiatry, psychology and psychotherapy. It evolved from Seligman’s Positive Psychology interventions. Both of these terms are used fairly interchangeably in the world of ‘Positive Psychology’ by researchers working in the field of divisions and aspects of Clinical Psychology. The terminology of “Positive Psychotherapy” is also known in a different context as an intervention founded by Nossrat Peseschkian in 1977: thus this term designates two significantly different approaches.
In other words, it can be stated that one single term has been used for two different methods. Efforts have been made by the World Association of Positive Psychotherapy (WAPP) towards the clinical branch of Positive Psychology to convince them to use a different term for their application in psychotherapy in order to have a better differentiation, since the term Positive Psychotherapy has been used for decades by Peseschkian’s approach. However, no agreement has been achieved.