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Seksuele therapie en oplossingsgerichte therapie

Een integratieve benadering
  • P. Sienaert
  • L. Druppel
  • J. De Fruyt
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Abstract

Dit artikel situeert oplossingsgerichte therapie ten opzichte van andere therapierichtingen. Aan de hand van een casus worden enkele uitgangspunten van oplossingsgerichte therapie geïntegreerd in de klassieke sekstherapeutische benadering van Masters en Johnson. Deze bijdrage behandelt verschillende principes en technieken en verduidelijkt deze door middel van fragmenten uit een therapeutische conversatie.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • P. Sienaert
    • 1
  • L. Druppel
  • J. De Fruyt
  1. 1.

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