Niveles de conciencia emocional: implicaciones para la integración en psicoterapia

Autores/as

  • Richard D. Lane University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona
  • Gary E. Schwartz University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.33898/rdp.v4i16.1048

Palabras clave:

proceso de la emoción, conciencia emocional

Resumen

Los autores aplican un marco de desarrollo cognitivo para entender las diferencias individuales en la expresión y experiencia emocional delante del problema de seleccionar y combinar modalidades de tratamiento para los pacientes con trastornos mentales. Se enfatiza la presentación clínica de los cinco niveles de conocimiento emocional y las implicaciones de cada nivel al seleccionar de un amplio abanico de modalidades de tratamiento, incluyendo las terapias farmacológicas, de comportamiento, cognitivas, y orientadas a la comprensión. El ajuste de la intervención terapéutica con la psicopatología se basa en la teoría que la forma en que el cliente procesa la emoción determina los factores claves de la psicopatología y la forma en que el terapeuta procesa o entiende las intervenciones. Este modelo puede servir como una herramienta útil de aprendizaje; ayuda a optimizar la eficiencia y la eficacia del tratamiento e influye el método de trabajo de los profesionales de la salud mental.

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Publicado

1993-11-01

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D. Lane, R., & E. Schwartz, G. (1993). Niveles de conciencia emocional: implicaciones para la integración en psicoterapia. Revista De Psicoterapia, 4(16), 21–37. https://doi.org/10.33898/rdp.v4i16.1048

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