The redued therapy (brief therapy)
the Term t. . Conerns to any of wide set of psyhotherapeuti proedures with rather limited and preisely outlined purposes. t. It is opposed with the medial interventions demanding longer time and assuming more global therapeuti purposes.
though lassial psihoan. There was firstly rather short, an inreasing interest to the superseded maintenane of memory and the analysis of struture of harater of the patient znah. Have inreased time demanded for its suessful end. As approve in the Psyhoanalyti therapy (Psyhoanalytial therapy) F.Alexander and. M. the Servie jaket, the majority of rates lassial psihoan. The minimum of sessions, while t demands. M.. It is ompleted for - sessions. Though these estimations of duration of therapy an vary, the lassial analysis is represented long business in omparison with mn. dr. Therapeuti proedures and tehniques.
besides a differene in time, dr. Fators distinguish psihoan. From dr. Forms psihoter. They inlude the purposes of therapy, its mainstream and a role of the therapist. In psihoan. The purpose jav-sja reonstrution of the person of the patient, at to-dig in fous is early history of its life and liberation of the unonsious maintenane that with it it was possible to work is better through mature J.Terapevts intermediary plays thus a role of the investigating, passive, not diretive and interpreting observer.
at redued psihoter., suh as the biologist. The feedbak, behavioural or rationally- therapy, is usually put enough speifi goal. Orientation to a speifi goal is refleted in prospetive therapeuti intervention. Redued psihoter. It is foused tzh on ash frustration and on updating variable, ausing or supporting urrent omplaints, instead of on vast studying of early history of the patient. At last, at t. The therapist often borrows ative enough role, offering instrutions, advie and the strategy, having for an objet to aelerate the full and satisfatory santion of a problem or the problems whih have been found out by the patient.
see also Innovative psyhotherapy, Psyhotherapy