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Al principio es una 'rallada' mental. Pero luego se despliega y me pareció muy revelador. Permite entender muchas cosas, conceptos que permanecían en el umbral de la consciencia pero no se nombraban. Es bonito bautizar aquello a lo que no eras capaz de ponerle palabras.
A review of a psychotherapy book won't capture everyone's attention, but if you're in the field, it should! I happen to greatly enjoy readings and theories related to the Intersubjective Matrix, and I have enjoyed Daniel Stern in the past for his mother infant/dream work, even before such a new angle was offered to us. I really enjoyed and loved the synthesis of work presented by Stern and the Boston Change Process Group, and I learned a lot. I also agree with his ideas that the intersubjective
Un'ottica microanalitica sulla psicoterapia. I concetti di momento presente-momento ora-momento incontro sono un esempio mirabile dell'abilità di Stern di parlare di ciò che é impronunciabile senza tradirne l'ineffabilità.
Microanalysis of the present moment, brilliant!Have only read it partly, but I really hope this book will have an impact that brings health and presence both within the therapeutic community and elswhere.
Very interesting book.
I loved the concept of this book and I wish Stern had lived long enough to add to his work on the present moment in Psychotherapy.
This explains pretty much everything I've ever half thought, but never been able to articulate.
Well I didn't read all of it..
Check out my youtube channel where I review bookshttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCg4e...I am not sure of my take away from this book. In therapy you focus on the present moment because that is what is going on so I don't feel like I learned anything new or useful in this book. It was also very technical explaining how long the present moment existed (3 to 10 seconds) and it took a lot of space to explain it. It just wasn't that great. The examples of using present moment in a therapy session we...