Conceptual Framework for Psychotherapy Prevention

Volume 4, Issue 3-4


External and internal reality which people are capable to perceive resonates on one hand with the multitude of stress factors, and on the other hand with a reach palette of affective moods. Considering this context, when we refer to prevention it is necessary to take notice of human informational input but also its consequences, in a dynamic and procedural manner. In the contemporary society, the presence of stressful agents who stimulate, train and increase one’s vitality, the organism’s resistance and performances is a clear one. But we should notice that this type of interactions many times overlap the bearable norm of an individual. The new health paradigm brings a complex, holistic tableau, in which the patient is autonomous and informed. At the same time the psychologist, psychotherapist or counselor is a partner of the therapeutic dynamic.