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“Description and First Steps Toward the Empirical Validation of the Plan Formulation Method for Couples” di Martina Rodomonti et al.

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The aim of this paper is to empirically assess the reliability of the plan formulation method for couples, a procedure for formulating the case, planning, and monitoring the couple therapies according to control-mastery theory. We hypothesized that when couples are looking for couple therapy, they have an unconscious couple’s plan…

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“Patients’ Tests and Clinicians’ Emotions: A Clinical Illustration” di Gazzillo et al.

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Dal Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy: Psychotherapists’ emotional responses can refect important aspects of the therapeutic process (Gabbard, 2020; Hirsch, 2021). The nature or intensity of therapists’ feelings may change when the patient is engaged in testing behaviors, which may take various forms (Gazzillo, et al., 2019). Understanding these emotional states in…

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“The plan formulation method: An empirically validated and clinically useful procedure applied to a clinical case of a patient with a severe personality disorder” di Francesco Gazzillo et al.

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La presentazione del piano del paziente e di come si sviluppa, rivolto in particolare ai clinici. Il caso in questione è una paziente della nostra socia Romana Cuomo, che ringraziamo. Il paper comparirà a febbraio nel numero di InSession del Journal of Clinical Psychology, curato da Francesco Gazzillo con Ulrich…

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“The Plan Formulation Method for Adolescents (PFM A): Personalizing Psychotherapy for Adolescents” di Emma De Luca et al.

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The aim of this paper is to show how the Plan Formulation Method, an empirically validated and clinically useful assessment procedure, can be adapted to the therapy of adolescents. According to Control-Mastery Theory, patients come to therapy with an unconscious plan to achieve their goals, disconfirm their pathogenic beliefs, and master their…

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“Assessing Guilt in Adolescents According to Control-Mastery Theory: Preliminary Validation Data for the Interpersonal Guilt Rating Scale-15 for Adolescents (IGRS-15-ad)” di Emma de Luca et al.

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Da Psychology Hub – Vol 38, No 1 (2021) Guilt is a complex emotion associated with tension, regret, and remorse (Tangney, 2012), and it is related to the capacity to understand and empathize with the distress of others, to feel responsible for it, and to the attempt to alleviate it…

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“Traumas and Their Consequences According to Control-Mastery Theory” di Ramona Fimiani et al.

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Pubblicato su “Psychodynamic Psychiatry”, è il primo articolo che presenta e contestualizza nella letteratura recente la concettualizzazione della CMT sul trauma e le sue conseguenze. Trauma may be conceived as an emotionally overwhelming experience that is dif!cult or impossible to predict and cope with without a signi!cant alteration of the…

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“Plan-compatible termination in psychotherapy: Perspectives from control-mastery theory” di Francesco Gazzillo et al.

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Termination processes in psychotherapy vary widely across patients, therapists, and therapies. While general guidelines on termination can inform ethical and responsible termination practices, termination decisions and processes are likely optimized using a case-specific approach. Control-mastery theory (CMT) provides a framework for considering the unique ways individual patients work in psychotherapy…

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