Fischer-Hoffman Process

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Publisher: Fideli Publishing

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    Fischer-Hoffman Process is a highly structured, time-limited, intensive psychotherapy designed to alter the early childhood identifications on which the client’s current psychological distress is based. Its core assumption is that the client’s stated problems are a result of character traits and behaviors adopted in childhood (before the age of thirteen) in an attempt to win parental love, and that any lasting therapeutic intervention must modify this conditioning to allow for genuine choices. (11 pp.)

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