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Toward an ecological theory for psychotherapy. Dott.ssa Sara Zamperlin. A frame of psychotherapy from the point of view of human ecology. Psychotherapy generically as psychotherapeutic activity, not connecting with different existent addresses. Ecological theory :.

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A frame of psychotherapy from the point of view of human ecology

Psychotherapy generically as psychotherapeutic activity, not connecting with different existent addresses


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Ecological theory ecology:

  • A map that can be used to approach and to read any kind of reality;

  • A vision of man and world


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Ecological approach ecology

Integration, within theoretical frame of the ecology of human development (originally outlined by Urie Bronfenbrenner), of contributes of many disciplines:


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  • Behavioural genetic ecology

  • Evolutionism

  • Infant research

  • Dynamic system theory

  • Developmental psychopathology

  • Bio-psycho-social model


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Human being ecology: a dynamic system, active in the relationship with the surrounding environment

Ecological environment: a dynamic and multidimensional system that operates within time and space. It can be schematically represented as a hierarchy of structures, visible as concentric circles, interconnected each-other (as originally proposed by Bronfenbrenner)



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Levels of ecological environment : ecology

  • Microsystem

  • Mesosystem

  • Esosystem

  • Macrosystema


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Man and environment constantly act and interact ecologyregulating and modifying each-other


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An ecological reading of psycotherapy ecology

  • It can be placed at microsystemic level

  • It has an high degree of complexity

  • It provides stable and defined roles

  • It favours role-transiction

  • It has an its own microsystemic code


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For a good therapeutical relationship: ecology

1. To build a primary diade


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2. The quality of relationship ecology

AFFECTIVE AFFECTIVE POWER

SIGN INTENSITTY

RECIPROCITY EMOTIONAL POWER

ATTACCHMENT BALANCE

+ + +

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ANTAGONISM/ INDIFFERENCE LACK OF

OSTILITY POWER BALANCE


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3. To function as a support link ( ecologynot taking directly part in environmental situations uotside microsystem)


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