The 'corrective emotional experience
' of psychotherapy targets these affective patterns that were formulated during the early emotional attachments.
"corrective emotional experience
" through which the trainee
Corrective Emotional Experience
once the therapeutic alliance and presence of the Spirit-in-process have established a contextual basis, opportunities emerge for the corrective emotional experience
as an interpersonal mechanism for therapeutic change.
The psychoanalytic developmental archetypes of object permanence, object constancy, and a corrective emotional experience
are used as a vehicle to conceptualize therapeutic healing.
In this study, an unconscious need for a corrective emotional experience
(CEE) driving the choice to teach was investigated.
Truth could also be conveyed in the form of a corrective emotional experience
. The importance of "speaking the truth to one another in love" (p.
French et al., "The Principle of Corrective Emotional Experience
," in Psychoanalytic Therapy: Principles and Application (New York: Ronald Press, 1946), 66-70.
The "hands-on" approach does just that, by providing a corrective emotional experience
Chapters include: review of literature: historical, theoretical perspective; "ya get it?" - children, humor, and psychotherapy; humor as a diagnostic tool in child and adolescent groups; humor in psychotherapy: an invaluable technique with adolescents; humor as a communication facilitator in couples' therapy; humor in family therapy: laughter in the crucible; the absurd statement in psychotherapy: the treatment of individual adults; humor and the mental health of the elderly; humor: a corrective emotional experience
; and the use of humor in the treatment of people with cancer.
In group therapy, enactment is often utilized in the form of psychodrama so that the individual can experience a corrective emotional experience
of a past pain in the context of the group process.
In effect the working became a vehicle for a corrective emotional experience
by providing a new experience of birth.
In order to interface his material with a ministry-oriented framework, the construct of CER will be contrasted with that of corrective emotional experience