Psicopatologia evolutiva y psicoterapia constructivista

Autores/as

  • Mario Reda Director del Instituto di Psicologia Generale e Clinica. Università degli Studi di Siena. Via Tufi, 1 .I-53100 Siena, Italia.
  • Empar Torres i Aixalà

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.33898/rdp.v12i48.554

Palabras clave:

constructivismo, psicopatología evolutiva, identidad emocional, apego, coherencia interna, narrativa emocional, descripción de casos

Resumen

El terapeuta constructivista explora con su paciente los episodios emocionales problemáticos que se hallan en la base de la demanda. Así la psicopatología evolutiva permite el paso de una perspectiva diagnóstica descriptiva a una perspectiva explicativa. El trabajo terapéutico ayuda a conectar los significados atribuidos por el paciente a las sensaciones/emociones experimentadas en diferentes episodios emocionalmente cargados de su desarrollo. El terapeuta ayuda al cliente a identificar aquellas sensaciones que antes resultaban inexplicables, en la medida en que eran vividas confusamente, para integrarlas coherentemente en el propio sentido de identidad. Dichos síntomas se atribuyen a menudo a causas externas: enfermedades somáticas, episodios de vida, etc. En este sentido la terapia permite una ampliación del autoconocimiento.

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Publicado

2001-11-01

Cómo citar

Reda, M., & Torres i Aixalà, E. (2001). Psicopatologia evolutiva y psicoterapia constructivista. Revista De Psicoterapia, 12(48), 99–111. https://doi.org/10.33898/rdp.v12i48.554