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Re: CBT is not very popular around here. Why? Kath

Posted by SLS on May 16, 2009, at 5:51:06

In reply to Re: CBT is not very popular around here. Why? SLS, posted by Kath on May 15, 2009, at 22:09:08

Hi Kath.

> What's IBT??

IPT = InterPersonal Therapy

It is a type of talk therapy that focuses on interpersonal relationships as they are sometimes the source of psychological discomfort. If one learns to improve their interpersonal skills, much of their anxiety and depression are mitigated. I am not sure that IPT alone addresses sufficiently the Gestalt of the phenomenon we call the mind. Psychodynamics represents the antithesis of IPT in some ways. It focuses more on intrapsychic dynamics rather than social dynamics.

I think other posters in this forum could do a better job at explaining these things. I might have gotten some things wrong.

- Scott




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