La Base y el Origen Socio-cultural de las Psicoterapias Cognitivas

Autores/as

  • Isabel Caro Gabalda Universidad de Valencia, España

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.33898/rdp.v28i107.179

Palabras clave:

psicoterapias cognitivas, sociedad occidental, individualismo, racionalismo, sujeto cognitivo

Resumen

Este trabajo, de corte teórico, tiene como finalidad principal rastrear las bases y el origen socio-cultural de las psicoterapias cognitivas. Para ello, el trabajo comienza describiendo, brevemente, los elementos principales del modelo cognitivo y señalando, a continuación, las relaciones entre psicoterapia y marco occidental. Seguidamente, se procede a una comparación en mayor detalle entre las psicoterapias cognitivas y su particular origen socio-cultural. Elementos clave que se resaltan y relacionan con las psicoterapias cognitivas son el individualismo, la búsqueda de control y autonomía, un self individual autolimitado, y la consecución del racionalismo. El desarrollo de estos apartados tiene en cuenta a las principales terapias cognitivas, de corte clásico, o de corte constructivista. Finalmente, el trabajo termina haciendo una reflexión de todo ello desde la perspectiva del sujeto cognitivo.

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2017-07-14

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Caro Gabalda, I. (2017). La Base y el Origen Socio-cultural de las Psicoterapias Cognitivas. Revista De Psicoterapia, 28(107), 271-293. https://doi.org/10.33898/rdp.v28i107.179

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