In the 1990's all factors of therapy are changing. The way of financing therapy is changing, there are new types of clientele, there are striking differences in ideology and the training of therapists is becoming a new kind of enterprise.
As human beings age, we are bombarded with losses: of our professions, businesses or jobs; homes; health; ideals; friends; family members and partners. This address will offer special techniques, usable in brief or long-term therapy, to help aging clients find ways to honor their losses as well as their own integrity, as they continue to grow and to savor life.
Panel 18 from the Evolution of Psychotherapy 1995 - Therapeutic Neutrality or Social Commitment?
Featuring Mary Goulding, M.S.W.; James Hillman, Ph.D.; James Masterson, M.D.; and Salvador Minuchin, M.D.
Moderated by Camillo Loriedo, MD.
Memories may be treated as one-act dramas, dialogues or dreams, as volunteers use them, incorporate them in new ways and let them return to the past. Demonstration, with audience volunteers, of a single childhood memory to make changes in their current lives will illustrate Redecision Therapy.