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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:52950
Doc. No:TL22904
Call number:‭MR35785‬
Main Entry:Tracy Michele Merriman
Title & Author:Effects of therapists worldviews on theoretical orientations and practice: A post-modern explorationTracy Michele Merriman
College:St. Stephen's College (Canada)
Date:2006
Degree:M.A.
student score:2006
Page No:107
Abstract:Effects of Therapists' Worldviews on Theoretical Orientations and Practice: A Post – Modern Exploration is about the exploration of how therapists choose a theoretical orientation, and how their values, beliefs, and worldviews affect these choices. For the purpose of this research project I interviewed six people on a one-to-one basis. Each of those people professed to be orientated from different theoretical orientations. Within these orientations there is a Jungian Analyst, an Art Therapist, a Body Therapist, a Behaviourist, a Family and Marriage Counselor who focuses on Bowen, and a Therapist who comes from an Integrative Orientation. As this is a heuristic research, I have also discussed my own theoretical orientation, which I would also consider to be eclectic. Part of the study also focuses on the worldview of the participants, which also vary. There are aspects of Christianity, Buddhism, Islam, Atheism, Shamanism, and Agnostic that emerge through these interviews, as well as the unique perspectives of the individuals themselves. Finally, my conclusion is that the most obvious theme is that of connection: connection to each other, to society, to the earth, and to spirit. It is connection to another that drives therapists from all theories, and how they draw from these theories is their unique way to facilitate connection.
Subject:Psychology; Clinical psychology; 0622:Clinical psychology
Added Entry:St. Stephen's College (Canada)