One Mental Shot AssessmenTherapy - OMeSA

Un modello d'intervento pluralistico integrato blended change per diagnosi e cambiamento terapeutico in una (sola) seduta

  • Enrica Spalletta, es

Abstract

The work illustrates a phase of pilot testing for a new model of blended-change (in presence and distant change) therapeutic intervention, based on a single session in which the fundamental principles of the Single-Session Therapy by Talmon are integrated with those of the Therapeutic Assessment by Finn and his colleagues. The OneMentalShotAssessmenTherapy, in line with the rules of the evidence - based integrated methods, is born with the purpose of offering the best conditions for a therapeutic process in an intensive setting, monitored with a constant check on the results, and is an excellent occasion for the personalization of the treatments.The intervention, tested at the moment on 10 adults (of which eight contacted singularly and two as a couple), is based on the realization of a definite protocol, from the telephonic welcome to the follow-up, divided into five phases in accordance with the gestalt contact cycle, implemented in relation to the pluralistic integrated approach. The cooperative use of the test’s results, of self-evaluation questionnaires, and of guided reflection tools, allows to activate and enhance the patient’s resources and to consider them as experts, basing the alliance not only on the empathy toward suffering, but also on the trust in their potential.

ABSTRACT IN ITALIANO

Il lavoro illustra una fase di sperimentazione pilota di un modello d’intervento terapeutico “blended change” (cambiamento in presenza e a distanza), basato su un unico incontro, in cui i principi fondamentali della Single-Session Therapy di Talmon (1990, 1993; Hoyt, Rosenbaum, Talmon, 1990; Hoyt, Talmon 2014), sono integrati con quelli del Therapeutic Assessment di Finn con il suo gruppo di lavoro (Finn, Tonsager, 1992, 2002; Finn, 2009; Finn, Fisher, Handler, 2012). L’One Mental Shot AssessmenTherapy (OMeSA), in linea con le regole dei metodi integrati evidence-based, nasce con l’intento di offrire le migliori condizioni di processo terapeutico in un setting intensivo, monitorato, con una costante verifica degli esiti, e costituisce un’ottima occasione per la personalizzazione dei trattamenti (Norcross, 2012, 2016). L’intervento, sperimentato al momento con 10 adulti (di cui otto contattati singolarmente e due in coppia), si basa sulla realizzazione di un protocollo definito, dall’accoglienza telefonica al follow up, suddiviso in cinque fasi che seguono il ciclo di contatto gestaltico (Giusti, Rosa, , implementato secondo l’approccio pluralistico integrato. L’uso collaborativo dei risultati di test, questionari di autovalutazione e di strumenti di riflessione guidata, consente di attivare e valorizzare le risorse del paziente e di considerarlo come esperto, fondando l’alleanza sull’empatia verso la sofferenza, e sulla fiducia nelle sue potenzialità (Sperry, Carlson, 2014; Wilson, 2017).

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2019-06-08
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Spalletta, E. (2019). One Mental Shot AssessmenTherapy - OMeSA. Phenomena Journal - Giornale Internazionale Di Psicopatologia, Neuroscienze E Psicoterapia, 1(1), 1-16. https://doi.org/10.32069/pj.2019.1.17