Mental Research Institute (MRI) Systemic Therapy

Mental Research Institute (MRI) Systemic Therapy
Mental Research Institute (MRI) Systemic Therapy for families and couples MRI systemic therapy was developed with the intention of being a brief therapy, arguably the original brief therapy. MRI systemic therapists conceptualize the symptoms of individuals within the larger network of their family and social systems while maintaining a nonblaming, nonpathologizing stance toward all members of the family.…

Ericksonian Therapeutic Principles for Hypnotherapy

Ericksonian Therapeutic Principles for Hypnotherapy
Ericksonian Therapeutic Principles for Hypnotherapy People operate out of internal maps, not sensory experience *what feels good and familiar to them. Therapists attend to patient communication at all levels *watch body language. Clients can’t not communicate Therapists use therapeutic control to modify the patient’s behavior *ok to modify behavior without client being aware of it.…

Gestalt Theory

Gestalt Theory
Gestalt Theory Gestalt in German means “whole self” and was developed to be an existential, phenomenological, and process-based therapy. The initial goal is for clients to gain awareness of what they are experiencing in the “here and now.” The awareness process includes self-acceptance, interpersonal relationships, knowledge of the ever-changing environment, and responsibility for choices.…

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