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Труды по психологическому консультированию и психотерапии

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Диалог как основание психотерапевтической интеграции 836

Колпакова М.Ю.
кандидат психологических наук, старший научный сотрудник Психологического Института РАО, Троицк, Россия
e-mail: mkolpakova@gmail.com

Аннотация

В статье рассматриваются три «блока» проблем. В первом «блоке» дан краткий обзор современного состояния интегративного движения в зарубежной психотерапии, а также различные модели интеграции. Во второй части сделан анализ аксиологических оснований психотерапии, результаты кото-рого послужили исходным моментом для подведения итогов интегративного движения. В третьей — предлагается диалогическая перспектива развития психотерапии, аргументируется авторское предпочтение сделанного выбора.

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