¿Prevalece el caos? Reflexiones sobre el eclecticismo técnico y la integración asimilativa

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https://doi.org/10.33898/rdp.v10i10.939

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integración asimilativa, ecleticismo técnico

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Lazarus sostiene que los esfuerzos de integración de las psicoterapias a nivel teórico han fomentado una desafortunada proliferación de enfoques que rivalizan entre ellos, similar a la que ya existía entre las escuelas de psicoterapia no-integradoras tradicionales. Messer considera que este florecimiento de teorías integradoras es inevitable, e incluso deseable, y es consistente con una visión construccionista social de la realidad. Lazarus aboga por el eclecticismo técnico, regido más por observaciones que por teorías, como alternativa a la integración teórica. Este autor considera útil aprovechar técnicas validadas en distintos marcos de referencia. Messer argumenta que las observaciones están cargadas necesariamente de contenido teórico, y que las técnicas importadas de otras escuelas de terapia son asimiladas y modificadas por el nuevo contexto clínico y teórico en que son empleadas, por lo que debieran ser validadas de nuevo.

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1992-07-01

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Lazarus, A., & Messer, S. B. (1992). ¿Prevalece el caos? Reflexiones sobre el eclecticismo técnico y la integración asimilativa. Revista De Psicoterapia, 3(10/11), 129–144. https://doi.org/10.33898/rdp.v10i10.939

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