James K. Mosher
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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… Continue Reading
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… Continue Reading
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… Continue Reading
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...