Confrontation in the Psychotherapy of Adolescent Patients
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There are many adolescent patients who are not able to navigate between the Scylla of excessive rigidity and the Charybdis of passive gratification. For them effective psychotherapy requires a therapist who is willing to help them develop skills in navigation by recognizing the dangers from both sides. When parents are unable or unwilling to challenge extreme irrational values, it it becomes essential that the psychiatrist be willing to step in and fill the gap.