Outcome of psychotherapeutic training MOVISA (Model of Virginia Satir)

Ondřej Sekera

Abstract


The article introduces research results, namely the factors and circumstances that influenced trainees attending psychotherapeutic training MOVISA IV. It monitors, in particular, specific impacts the training had on the trainees. In interviews, the participants identify those areas in which they perceive changes (shifts) on professional as well as personal levels.

Keywords


psychotherapeutic training; personality of psychotherapist; psychotherapeutic competencies; Virginia Satir Training Model

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