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Submissive voices dominate in depression: assimilation analysis of a helpful session.
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 areExpand
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Immigrants' Continuing Bonds with their Native Culture: Assimilation Analysis of Three Interviews
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 mourningExpand
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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 modelExpand
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“I remember…so, let’s not forget”: remembering our past lest we repeat it
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
“There’s Nothing So Good as a Practical Theory”: Some Aphorisms for Doing Good Therapy:
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...