Building an integrative science for psychotherapy for the 21st-century: Preface and introduction
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AbstractPsychotherapy is plagued with fragmentation of, models, theories and interventions. The future of psychotherapy must provide an integrative framework rooted in the expanding science of psychology, neuroscience and social contextualism. The papers in this special issue address these challenges, ranging from explorations of the implications of epigenetics, evolutionary functional analysis, interpersonal neurobiology, and importance of social relationships as physiological regulators, through to the challenges of ethnic diversities and the growing digital technologies.
CitationGilbert, P & Kirby, J (2019). 'Building an integrative science for psychotherapy for the 21st-century'. Psychology and Psychotherapy, 92(2), pp. 151-163. DOI:10.1111/papt.12225
PublisherWiley Online Library
JournalPsychology and Psychotherapy
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