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2017 | 38 | 4 | 57-67
Article title

Podstawy filozoficzne modelu „osoba-terapeuty”

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EN
The Philosophy of the Person-of-the-therapist Training Model: the Underlying Premises
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PL
Model „Osoba-Terapeuty”, to podejście stosowane w terapii, w szkoleniu i w superwizji terapeutów. Koncepcja terapeuty jako zranionego uzdrowiciela jawi się jako kluczowa w interpretacji procesu terapeutycznego i jego leczącej mocy. Celem artykułu jest zaprezentowanie filozofii tego modelu, który promuje twórcze wykorzystanie osobistego potencjału terapeutów niezależnie od reprezentowanych przez nich różnych szkół psychoterapeutycznych.
EN
The “Person-of the-Therapist” model is an approach to training and supervising therapists. The concept of a therapist as a wounded healer appears to be key in interpreting the therapeutic process and its healing power. This article aims at presenting this model’s philosophical foundations, which promote a creative use of the therapists’ personal potential independently of the different psychotherapeutic schools that they represent.
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38
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4
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57-67
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2017-11-30
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  • Freud, Sigmund. 1964. “Analysis terminable and interminable.” In The standard edition of the complete psychological works of Sigmund Freud (Vol. XXIII, 249), edited by James Strachey. London: Hogarth Press (Original work published 1937).
  • Hayes, Jeffrey A. 2002. “Playing with fire: Countertransference and clinical epistemology.” Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy 32(1): 92-100.
  • Kissil, Karni & Niño, Alba. 2017. “Does the Person-of-the-Therapist Training POTT) Promote Self-Care? Personal Gains of MFT Trainees Following POTT: A Retrospective Thematic Analysis.” doi. 1111/jmft. 12213: 1-11.
  • Martin, Peter. 2011. Celebrating the wounded healer. Counseling Psychology Review 26, 10-19.
  • Nouwen, Henri J. 1979. The wounded healer. New York: Image, Doubleday.
  • Rogers, Carl R. 1961. On becoming a person: A therapist’s view of psychotherapy. Boston: Houghton Mifflin.
  • Satir, Virginia. 2013. “The therapist story.” In The use of self in therapy (3rd ed., 19-27), edited by Michele Baldwin. New York: Haworth.
  • Sedgwick, David. 1994. The wounded healer: Countertransference from a Jungian perspective. London: Routledge.
  • Watson, Jeanne C. et al. 2015. “The role of empathy in promoting change.” In Empathy reconsidered, edited by Art C. Bohart and Leslie S. Greenberg. doi.10.1037/10226-000.
  • Zeytinoglu, Senem. 2016. “The POTT program.” In The person of the therapist training model: Mastering the use of self, edited by Harry J. Aponte and Karni Kissil, 14-26. London: Routledge.
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