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(p. 448) International Themes in Psychotherapy Integration 

(p. 448) International Themes in Psychotherapy Integration
(p. 448) International Themes in Psychotherapy Integration

Beatriz Gómez

, Shigeru Iwakabe

, and Alexandre Vaz

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date: 24 November 2020

Interest in psychotherapy integration has steadily expanded over the past decades, reaching most continents of the world and more mental health professionals than ever. Nevertheless, a country’s cultural and historical background significantly influences the nurturance or hindrance of integrative endeavors. This chapter seeks to explicate the current climate of psychotherapy integration in different continents and specific countries. With the aid of local integrative scholars, brief descriptions are presented on integrative practice, training, and research, as well as on cultural and sociopolitical issues that have shaped this movement’s impact around the world.

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