V. 5 N. 2 (2023): Luglio - Dicembre 2023
Terapia integrata

Psicoterapia Blended: intervento integrato sul trauma

Pubblicato 07.12.2023

Parole chiave

  • Psicoterapia Online,
  • Psicoterapia a distanza,
  • Blended Therapy,
  • Possibilità dell’online,
  • Setting Blended

Come citare

Iannazzo, A., Stefano, S., Ruggero, L. Z., Santonicola, C., Armenante, O., Motta, V., Degano, A., & Rosa, V. (2023). Psicoterapia Blended: intervento integrato sul trauma. Phenomena Journal - Giornale Internazionale Di Psicopatologia, Neuroscienze E Psicoterapia, 5(2), 124–142. https://doi.org/10.32069/PJ.2021.2.203

Abstract

Il presente articolo costituisce la prima parte di un lavoro di approfondimento rispetto all’intervento terapeutico in forma blended sul trauma. L’obiettivo è, partendo dai vari significati dei termini blended, online, presenza, descrivendone la genesi e l’evoluzione, approfondire le possibilità che l’integrazione presenza/distanza può offrire al trattamento del trauma.Questo primo articolo verterà maggiormente sui significati del termine blended, come possibilità di costruzione di un intervento attraverso l’utilizzo di vari strumenti, che possono essere le videochat, le e-mail, le chat testuali, il telefono, la presenza, il metaverso. Inoltre, verranno riportate alcune esperienze internazionali ed alcuni strumenti/piattaforme/software per lavorare a distanza. Un approfondimento del termine trauma e come utilizzare tutto questo per l’intervento sul trauma sarà approfondito nel secondo articolo (in press).

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