Posts Tagged ‘psychotherapy’

Stress, Illness and Points of View (2)

Saturday, November 8th, 2014

The last post briefly described a few psychotherapy concepts employed by students of Carl Jung.  I wrote this to suggest the diversity of the scores of theoretical models currently used to treat clients.  Why are there so many?  The answer seems to be that they are all about equally effective when compared in trials so none has become dominant.  Why are they so similar in their outcomes?  The best explanation is that the theory behind a particular psychotherapeutic approach is one of the least important of several factors that determine how much a client benefits from treatment.  What are these other components?  In order of importance they are factors connected to: (more…)