Psyche's Veil: Psychotherapy, Fractals and Complexity by Terry Marks-Tarlow
Historically, language and concepts in clinical theory are submerged in linear assumptions and meek thinking. Because the essence of psychotherapy involves change, Psyche's veil suggests that clinical practice is inherently…
Psyche's Veil synopsis
Historically, language and concepts in clinical theory are submerged in linear assumptions and meek thinking. Because the essence of psychotherapy involves change, Psyche's veil suggests that clinical practice is inherently a nonlinear relationship.
In this book, Terry Marx Tarlow provides therapists with new language, models and metaphors to narrow the gap between theory and practice, bridging the gap between psychology and science. Through the application of contemporary perspectives of chaos theory, complexity theory and fractal engineering of clinical practice, the author ignores the traditional concepts of health based on such as regularity, setting points and standard statistics for models that emphasize unique moments, diversity, and irregularity.
The veil of self also explores the philosophical and spiritual implications of contemporary science for psychotherapy. Psyche's Veil, written in the interface between the artistic, scientific and spiritual aspects of therapy, is a case-based book that aspires to a paradigm shift in how thinkers perceive the essential components of internal healing. The new treatment of complex psychoanalytic issues and correlations in neuroscience makes this book attractive to specialized practitioners as well as to the general reader.
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