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Therapist and Patient in Therapy: Psychophysiological Correlations and “Synchronization” during Sessions of Psychotherapy (pp. 347-353) $50.00
Authors:  Mario A. Reda and Luca Canestri
Abstract:
In cognitive constructivist psychotherapy therapist-patient relationship represent a particular interaction with a high level of intersubjective confidence and emotional involvement [1, 2]. Both subjects inside the relationship are active subjects and they are emotionally involved in the interaction. The focus of this study is to analyze psychophysiological correlation in therapeutic relationship, in particular way, we will check the presence of emotional reciprocity. We used two synchronized physiopolygraphs, to measure activation and regulatory responses of fast and slow autonomic physiological indices. The entire sample consisted of ten dyads, patient-therapist, unique and homogeneous. During psychotherapeutic session we observed that there is an emotional dynamic between patient and therapist (positive or negative). This synchronization, or empathy, enables the therapist to induce emotional disturbances favoring processes that can help the patient to explore their ways of knowing and to re-organize their own personal meanings. 


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Therapist and Patient in Therapy: Psychophysiological Correlations and “Synchronization” during Sessions of Psychotherapy (pp. 347-353)