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Irracjonalizm w psychoterapii  5
 
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Psychoter 2010;155(4):5-14
 
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Theories and practice of psychotherapy are mostly based on irrational thinking. This is hardly correlated with the great impact of irrationality in the modern culture. Not only some unscientific concepts, like that of the, orgone are irrational, but also some ideological presumptions of humanistic approaches, reification of some metaphors like, energy or, topography in psychoanalysis, and so on. Even irrational aspects of psychotherapy offers some benefits for psychotherapists e.g. they can reinforce some procedures of helping people (suggestion of prestige, common language of client and therapist etc), they are harmful for treatment of disorders, needing activities rationally adapted to pathology.
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