Different theories of psychotherapy frame the nature of our lives and their transformation in quite different terms, and accordingly suggest a wide variety of practices for the creative clinician. As an approach that has deeply humanistic roots as well as a capacity to integrate with cognitive behavioral, systemic and discursive traditions to therapy, constructivism encourages attention to intervening in meaning as well as action, and brings to bear a wide variety of narrative, reflective and expressive change processes in this effort. Using videos of actual therapy, live demonstrations and frequent experiential exercises, we will study:
What you should know
Monday, 5:30-8:30 pm, Spring 2016
208 Psychology, U Memphis
Robert A. Neimeyer, PhD
Constructivist Psychotherapies (Psych 7434/8434)
Intervening in meaning
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