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Submissive voices dominate in depression: assimilation analysis of a helpful session.
- K. Osatuke, James K. Mosher, +4 authors M. Barkham
- Psychology, Medicine
- Journal of clinical psychology
- 1 February 2007
Using the assimilation model, we describe a theoretical paradox in which interpersonally assertive parts of the depressed person's personality are dominated and suppressed by parts that are… Expand
Immigrants' Continuing Bonds with their Native Culture: Assimilation Analysis of Three Interviews
- H. Henry, W. Stiles, M. Biran, James K. Mosher, M. Brinegar, P. Banerjee
- Sociology, Medicine
- Transcultural psychiatry
- 1 June 2009
Three case studies of immigrants to the US from China, Iraq, and Mexico were used to build a theory of acculturation in immigrants by integrating the continuing bonds model, which describes mourning… Expand
Clients' assimilation of experiences of their therapists.
In this study, we examined how clients internalize their therapists, understanding this phenomenon through the lens of the assimilation model, a theory of psychological change. The assimilation model… Expand
“I remember…so, let’s not forget”: remembering our past lest we repeat it
- James K. Mosher
- 30 April 2020
ABSTRACT What happens when we, as a profession, forget our past, whether it is what history and research have taught or the values that motivated us to become healers? Here, I explore this question.… Expand
Analysis of Three Interviews Immigrants' Continuing Bonds with their Native Culture: Assimilation
“There’s Nothing So Good as a Practical Theory”: Some Aphorisms for Doing Good Therapy:
- James K. Mosher
- 31 August 2019
If doing good therapy were easy, everyone would be doing life-changing therapy in every moment of every session. But, it’s not so easy and, despite most clinicians’ best efforts, we aren’t all doin...