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A New Intellectual Framework for Psychotherapy: Measuring What Matters

 Peter Fonagy
  4th-Mar-2011
Description: Type of psychotherapy, effectiveness of different forms of psychotherapy, how psychotherapy leads, Therapeutic Alliance, Regulation of the brain system emotion regulation, Ainsworth’s Attachment Classification, Attachment Disorganisation in Maltreatment, uniqueness of homo sapiens, development of mentalization, Intersubjectivity and Emotion Understanding, Mirroring sadness
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Domain: Medical
Category: Therapy
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Contents:
What happens on an attachment level in the arts?
Peter Fonagy
P.Fonagy@UCL.AC.UK
Department of Clinical, Educational & Health Psychology, University College London The Anna Freud Centre, London The Menninger Clinic, Houston, Tx

A New Intellectual Framework for Psychotherapy: Measuring What Matters

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Psychotherapy: Measuring What Matters

Intellectual Framework for Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy Research, how psychotherapy leads to change, Role of the Attachment Relationship, Ainsworth’s Attachment Classification, Att

Peter Fonagy
11 March, 2011