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There has recently been an important change in the way clinical psychology is being handled.
Nowadays, it can be clearly seen that what is the most important is the understanding o...
Process Based Therapy bases itself on Network Science, which emphasis the importance of networks, nodes and possible barriers to change in order to get a better understanding of the mental ...
This Meta Model refers to the idea according to which dynamic and complex networks change or shift dramatically rather than gradually.
When this occurs, the so-called Process Based Therapy...
Change in clinical psychology has led to discovering the Process Based Therapy that is, by all means, a great evolution in the field.
What makes PBT so special is the fact that this therap...
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