Psychotherapy – Analyzing Conversation of Typical Problematic Situations (TPS)

  • Michael B. Buchholz International Psychoanalytic University (IPU)

Abstract


Introduction

In relation to the psychotherapeutic process, studies have investigated the influence of personality variables (such as socio-economic background, attachment styles, status differences, race, gender) on the one hand, and training orientations (such as Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, psychodynamic, gestalt, systemic), on the other, but results have been largely inconclusive and ambiguous.

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Published
15-Jan-2017
How to Cite
Buchholz, M. (2017, January 15). Psychotherapy – Analyzing Conversation of Typical Problematic Situations (TPS). Language and Psychoanalysis, 5(2), 11-18. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.7565/landp.v5i2.1557
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