Articol scris de Nicoleta Aurelia BRAD despre atelierul online susținut de Paul CHETRENU – Pierderea devenirii ființei.
Articol scris de Camelia Yvonne DEMETER în urma participării la atelierul online despre psihosomatică în Psihoterapia Pozitivă, condus de Antonella MATEI & Luminia ION.
Gânduri și impresii împărtășite de Ancuța CAZAN cu privire la atelierul online despre terapia de cuplu, condus de Oana CUEȘDEANU.
Școala de Vară a fost despre fiecare dintre noi, a fost despre rădăcini și pămîntul care le susține, despre calea de creștere și transformare și, nu în ultimul rând, despre semințele sănătoase adăpostite în seiful locului de siguranță aflat în noi.
Școala de vară – (ano)timp împletit cu trăiri, cu gânduri, cu sensuri existențiale, cu temeri de-ale noastre, cu vise, cu speranțe. Material scris de Psih. Dora-Luciana PRISĂCARU.
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.
Falk LEICHSENRING, Frank LEWEKE, Susanne KLEIN & Christiane STEINERT
Clinic of Psychosomatics and Psychotherapy, Justus-Liebig University Giessen, Giessen, Germany
Background: The Task Force on Promotion and Dissemination of Psychological Procedures proposed rigorous criteria to define empirically supported psychotherapies. According to these criteria, 2 randomized controlled trials (RCTs) showing efficacy are required for a treatment to be designated as ‘efficacious’ and 1 RCT for a designation as ‘possibly efficacious’. Applying these criteria modified by Chambless and Hollon, this article presents an update on the evidence for psychodynamic therapy (PDT) in specific mental disorders.
Methods: A systematic search was performed using the criteria by Chambless and Hollon for study selection, as follows: (1) RCT of PDT in adults, (2) use of reliable and valid measures for diagnosis and outcome, (3) use of treatment manuals or manual-like guidelines, (4) adult population treated for specific problems and (5) PDT superior to no treatment, placebo or alternative treatment or equivalent to an established treatment.
Psychologist and psychotherapist, Bistrita, Romania
Domain literature suggests that the cyclical nature of psychological trauma may lead, on a long term, to long term effects on the individuals and those around them. This paper sets out to examine the opportunity of using positive psychotherapy in approaching the effects of potentially traumatic events. Although trauma therapy is a less explored approach of positive psychotherapy, a review suggests that positive psychotherapy could bring a significant contribution when working with people exposed to potentially psychotraumatizing events, even in the phase of crisis intervention
psychological trauma, posttraumatic stress, positive psychotherapy, the balance model in psychotrauma therapy, conflicts, soldiers.