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Record identifier : 565459
Personal Name - Primary Intelectual Responsibility : Bryant, Mary T
Title and statement of responsibility : Wounded healers: Resilient psychotherapists [Thesis]
Publication, Distribution,Etc. : Capella University, 2006
Language of the Item : eng
Dissertation of thesis details and type of degree : Ph.D.
Body granting the degree : , Capella University
Summary or Abstract : This qualitative, phenomenological research was based upon Adlerian psychology and used early recollections, memorable adolescent experiences, family constellations, and the Basic Adlerian Scales for Interpersonal Success-Adult Form (BASIS-A) to study resiliency in psychotherapists reared in dysfunctional families. An abundance of prior research indicated that psychotherapists, as compared to other professionals, reported being reared in disturbed or troubled families (Elliott & Guy, 1993; Farber, 1985, 2005; Fussell & Bonney, 1990; Goldberg, 1986; Houston, 1987; Kottler, 1986/2003; Maeder, 1989; Marsh, 1988; Murphy & Halgin, 1995; Norcross, 2002; Orlinsky & Ronnestad, 2005; Sussman, 1992, 1995), and this research has traditionally focused upon (a) reasons for entering the field, (b) professional development, (c) theoretical orientations, and somewhat upon (d) family dynamics. Few researchers have focused upon the resilience, positive mental health, and social interest of wounded healer psychotherapists (Fussell & Bonney, 1990; Harris, 1972; Higgins, 1994), and only a few authors agreed with the belief system that all humans have been wounded to some lesser or greater extent (Harris, 1976; Higgins, 1994; Houston, 1987; Jung, 1951; Knight, 1986; Nouwen, 1979). This research was conducted through informal, open-ended interviews and Adlerian measures to describe and explore the variables crucial to the development of resilience, positive mental health, and social interest; the relationship between childhood experiences and current therapeutic effectiveness; and the validity of the concept of the wounded healer. The constructs of the wounded healer, resilience, positive mental health, and social interest were operationally defined..
Topical Name Used as Subject : Psychotherapy, Personality, Social psychology
Information of biblio record : TL
 
 
 
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