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Mahoney, M.J. Marquis, A. (2002). Integral Constructivism and Dynamic Systems in Psychotherapy Processes. Psychoanal. Inq., 22(5):794-813.

(2002). Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 22(5):794-813

Integral Constructivism and Dynamic Systems in Psychotherapy Processes

Michael J. Mahoney, Ph.D. and Andre Marquis, Ph.D.

This article presents a brief overview of the metatheory of integral constructivism, highlighting important convergences among constructivist, dynamic systems, integral, object relations, self-psychology, and intersubjective approaches to the practice of psychotherapy. The roles of relationships, emotionality, and perturbations in the client-therapist bond are emphasized. Complex nonlinear dynamics are inherent to life organization and to therapeutic process.

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