La psicoterapia relacional infantil


  • Gemma Pou
  • Caroline Flaster Taverner


Palabras clave:

Psicoterapia Relacional, Psicoterapia, Estructuras Psíquicas, Relación Terapéutica, Terapia Infantil


El síntoma de Alba interfiere en el desarrollo y la hace sufrir. A través de la relación terapéutica con Alba, juntas podemos modificar sus patrones relacionales y sus estructuras psíquicas. Trabajamos en la psicoterapia relacional para flexibilizar capacidades de auto-regulación y regulación mutua con nuestros pacientes pequeños y sus padres.


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Cómo citar

Pou, G., & Flaster Taverner, C. (2012). La psicoterapia relacional infantil. Revista de Psicoterapia, 23(90/91), 41–62.



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