Rupturas en la alianza terapeutica: un ambito para negociar una autentica relacion.

Autores/as

  • Jeremy D. Safram New School for Social Research, New York

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.33898/rdp.v5i20.1072

Palabras clave:

alianza terapéutica, relación terapéutica, cambio terapéutico, eficacia terapéutica, ruptura de alianza terapéutica, experiencia emocional correctora, self, otros

Resumen

En este artículo sostengo que la clarificación de los procesos involucrados en el trabajo con las rupturas en la alianza terapéutica, es una tarea de vital importancia para los teóricos e investigadores en psicoterapia. Propongo que estos problemas inevitables en la alianza terapéutica, proporcionan oportunidades importantes para clarificar los factores que pueden crear verdaderas barreras en las relaciones cotidianas de los pacientes. Además, el trabajar sobre estos problemas puede proporcionar a los pacientes una experiencia en la importante tarea de conciliar las necesidades de relación y participación, para terminar aceptando ambas, el self y el otro. La importancia central de estas tareas en el ser humano ha sido reconocida a lo largo de los años y en todas las culturas. El paradigma actual cambia la teoría y práctica psicoterapéutica hacia perspectivas más relacionales y constructivistas, estableciendo un ambiente particularmente apropiado para aumentar nuestro conocimiento de la relación terapeuta-paciente a través de una exploración diferenciada de estos aspectos.

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Publicado

1994-11-01

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D. Safram, J. (1994). Rupturas en la alianza terapeutica: un ambito para negociar una autentica relacion. Revista De Psicoterapia, 5(20), 69–91. https://doi.org/10.33898/rdp.v5i20.1072