Tantalus, Restraint Theory, and the Low-Sacrifice Diet: The Art of Reverse Abstraction

  • Published 2007

Abstract

This paper argues that clinicians face the unique artistic challenge of taking concrete pieces of data -scientific findings -and abstracting them into effective therapeutic interventions. Moreover, this abstraction has to be modified for different personality types. The process of therapeutic change and how it can be impeded by the traditional medical model… (More)

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@inproceedings{2007TantalusRT, title={Tantalus, Restraint Theory, and the Low-Sacrifice Diet: The Art of Reverse Abstraction}, author={}, year={2007} }