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Summary

The psycho-social stage theory couples with cognitive therapy that focuses on rational and irrational beliefs to produce a lasting change in maladaptive beliefs. The focus of the processes of maladaptive development and irrational belief systems also contribute to a lack of meaning or a meaning that is harmful to the individual’s healthy image of himself or herself. The focus on self-development raises awareness of tendencies and biases that the individual holds. A transition to current irrational and rational beliefs direct the individual toward change, and the concluding treatment with an emphasis on providing a meaning and purpose for the individual to understand the events of life allow for a lasting solution for the individual to be able to maintain the changes that had been created as a result of the therapeutic process. The approach also provides flexibility that allows for the approach to be adapted to address cultural awareness and identity while allowing for non-discriminatory treatment of women through the same approach.

©2014 Thomas Hodge (P)2014 Thomas Hodge

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  • Cherie
  • 27-11-14

Interesting but needs more details

Where does Psychosocial Logotherapy rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

about middle

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Calm and soothing

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There needs to be more research and information about this type of therapy. I am familiar with similar approaches but it would be nice for there to be a little more this type of therapy.

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  • Jim Milton
  • 27-03-18

Expected more

I thought this would be a useful companion to Victor Frankel's work. But instead it is a dronish voice reading what I can only guess was harvested from Wikipedia or some other general source. Not what I expected.

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  • C_Mullen
  • 23-12-14

Very brief

The book is a very brief overview of logo therapy enhanced by REBT. It is not a good resource or reference.

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