SYSTEMIC VIEW AND THERAPEUTIC ETHICS - 4 IMPERATIVES

Autor(en): VONSCHLIPPE, A
Stichwörter: Psychiatry; Psychology; Psychology, Developmental
Erscheinungsdatum: 1991
Herausgeber: VANDENHOECK & RUPRECHT
Journal: PRAXIS DER KINDERPSYCHOLOGIE UND KINDERPSYCHIATRIE
Volumen: 40
Ausgabe: 10
Startseite: 368
Seitenende: 375
Zusammenfassung: 
Systems (e.g. families) tend to reduce the behavioral options of their members (a process that is usually called ``trivialization''). The task of systemic therapy is to help in constructing realities' that widen the range of possible options in a system. This demand is a value-decision as base of an ethics of systemic therapy. It is concretized in four ethical ``imperatives'': (1) Think and act ecologically valid! (2) Be aware of the definitions and evaluations that you make! (3) Be aware of your personal responsibility! (4) Try to create meaningful differences in a respectful way! Following these prescriptions the systemic therapist can choose interventions out of a wide range of possible behaviors, and thus has him-/herself an optimum of choices.
ISSN: 00327034

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