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Bedürfnisorientierung in der Psychotherapie: Motivorientierte Beziehungsgestaltung und ressourcenorientierte Gesprächsführung

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Die Handlungsregulation von Personen wird durch den unmittelbaren affektiv-motivationalen Kontext und den damit verbundenen Verhaltenstendenzen mitbestimmt. Im vorliegenden Kapitel werden motivorientierte Beziehungsgestaltung und ressourcenorientierte Gesprächsführung als bedürfnisbefriedigende, therapeutische Strategien einander gegenübergestellt, die für den Aufbau eines positiven therapeutischen Kontextes von zentraler Bedeutung sein können.

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Flückiger, C., Holtforth, M.g. (2022). Bedürfnisorientierung in der Psychotherapie: Motivorientierte Beziehungsgestaltung und ressourcenorientierte Gesprächsführung. In: Frank, R., Flückiger, C. (eds) Therapieziel Wohlbefinden. Psychotherapie: Praxis. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-662-63821-7_9

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