TIME TO REMOVE OUR THEORETICAL BLINDERS: INTEGRITY THERAPY MAY BE THE RIGHT WAY

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ABSTRACT

Therapists too frequently rely on one particular theoretical model in their therapy. The use of O. Hobart Mowrer's integrity therapy is suggested as a possible theoretical model when the emotional experience of guilt plays an integral role in the subjective distress and behavioral problems of the patient. Case studies are offered as examples of specific instances in which integrity therapy might have been used effectively as a practical and therapeutically sound technique to cope with, confront, and overcome psychological problems in which the patient's emotional experience of guilt was of instrumental significance.

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