Emotional Suffering

April 29, 2017

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The patient may come to understand how they relate their thoughts wrong with the emotional suffering in your specific case. Through some questions without conducting trials or sermons, the therapist explores the obvious and evident "symptoms" in order to assess the patient's ability to detect, identify, differentiate and properly record their emotions, thoughts and situations, to the implicit and unconscious-schemas and automatic thoughts that must be changed. Through direct modification of dysfunctional beliefs and schemas can achieve change. Constructivist perspective (second line of cognitive therapy) In constructivist theories, unlike the rationalist assumptions, there is no "right" way of seeing reality. Keep up on the field with thought-provoking pieces from Preventive Medicine Research Institute. The human being is not positioned reactively but proactively with regard to knowledge.

Psychological disorders arise when the actual construction of certain situations and does not serve to give meaning to the experience. According to Kelly, the person constructs his experience from personal constructs, which are revised with experience. Keeping them when they are being invalidated is the basis of psychological disorders. Have enough flexibility to generate alternative constructions review and is healthy. Develops Guidano posracionalista postmodern theory and describes four personal meaning organizations (PSO), namely: the organization of depression, the obsessive, phobic, and that of the eating disorders. Posracionalista From this perspective, the change applies from the integration of ego-dystonic or situations experienced by the patient strangely unrelated to a sense of continuity and coherence of the self. Princess Fiona, this is the character that I think you can see more clearly the operation of this perspective. Fiona has fully revised its mental construction based on their experience.