El Desarrollo Infantil en Psicoterapia Integrativa

Las primeras tres etapas de Erik Erikson

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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.33898/rdp.v31i117.390

Palabras clave:

sintonía, patrones relacionales inconscientes, sintonía evolutiva, imagen evolutiva, memoria implícita, memoria procedimental, memoria sub-simbólica, desarrollo infantil, psicoterapia del desarrollo, inferencia terapéutica, psicoterapia integrativa, psicoterapia relacional, Erik Erikson.

Resumen

Los conceptos y las investigaciones sobre desarrollo infantil proporcionan el fundamento para la indagación terapéutica en una psicoterapia integrativa basada en el desarrollo evolutivo y centrada en la relación. Este artículo enfatiza las ideas sobre el desarrollo de Erik Erikson y las relaciona con los conceptos de Bowlby, Fraiberg, Piaget y Winnicott. Los diversos conceptos de desarrollo proporcionan la base para la sintonía evolutiva, la formación de imágenes evolutivas, para la indagación fenomenológica y para la inferencia terapéutica, lo que permite que la memoria implícita y procedimental se exprese en una narrativa terapéutica.

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Publicado

2020-11-01

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Erskine, R. G., & Pérez Burgos, A. (2020). El Desarrollo Infantil en Psicoterapia Integrativa: Las primeras tres etapas de Erik Erikson. Revista De Psicoterapia, 31(117), 213-232. https://doi.org/10.33898/rdp.v31i117.390

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