Tag: Carl Rogers

Harry Stack Sullivan: Biography Of This Psychoanalyst

A benchmark of psychoanalysis that created Interpersonal Psychoanalysis. The history of the study of psychology, although of relatively recent beginning, is full of important figures and of different schools and currents of thought. All of them have contributed their vision regarding the psyche and behavior, in some cases opposing each other. Among the different schools

Eclecticism In Psychology: 6 Advantages And Disadvantages Of This Form Of Intervention

Many therapists prefer to combine different psychological currents depending on the case. In twentieth-century psychology, models and interventions emerged that did not strictly adhere to a theoretical orientation, but rather combined the contributions of several. For example, the interpersonal therapy of Klerman and Weissman, which emerged in the 1970s, was influenced by psychoanalysis,  behaviorism, and

The 4 Great Integrative Models In Psychological Therapy

Many people have tried to create a Psychology that goes beyond their different “schools”. Although traditionally psychologists, including clinicians, have adhered to specific theoretical models (such as behavioral, psychodynamic, phenomenological or humanistic), there is a growing trend towards the integration of different approaches. However, these kinds of movements date back to at least the middle