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Vasco, A (2005)
Publisher: Serviço de Psiquiatria do Hospital Prof. Dr. Fernando Fonseca, E.P.E.
Languages: Portuguese
Types: Article
Subjects: Psicoterapia
Iniciando por constatar, que o fenómeno da integração em psicoterapia é um dos movimentos que caracteriza o campo da psicoterapia nos últimos anos, o autor propõe três ordens de razões para explicar a pertinência da integração. Razões de ordem histórica e psicossocial, razões de ordem empírica e razões de ordem filosófica. Aborda, ainda,a necessidade de reflectir, a nível de integração, em termos de "complementaridade paradigmática."
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