Frequenz - Dauer - Setting in der psychodynamischen Therapie: Ist 1 Jahr genug?

  • Hans H. Strupp
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Zusammenfassung

Als die Psychoanalyse sich aus Breuers und Freuds frühen Arbeiten weiterentwickelte, sah Freud seine Patienten an 6 Sitzungen pro Woche. Er glaubte auch, daß schon der „freie Sonntag“ eine „Wochenendverkrustung“ bewirke, die ein Problem für die Therapie darstelle. Als die Psychoanalyse in den Vereinigten Staaten Fuß faßte, war die Frequenz auf 5 Sitzungen pro Woche reduziert. Das war größtenteils durch die kürzere Arbeitswoche in diesem Land bestimmt. Später wurde eine Reduktion auf 4 Sitzungen pro Woche als Kriterium in der Psychoanalyse für akzeptabel befunden; zuletzt war man damit zufrieden, daß die Psychoanalyse, als ausgezeichnete Form analytischer Psychotherapie, auch mit noch weniger Sitzungen, manchmal sogar mit nur einer pro Woche, durchgeführt werden könnte. Kurz gesagt, kann die Häufigkeit von Sitzungen pro Woche nicht länger als Kennzeichen einer psychoanalytischen Therapie betrachtet werden.

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