Куда "пропали" эмоции в конструктивисткой терапии? (на примере Ориентированной на решение краткосрочной терапии)
Solution-focused brief therapy, just as other constructivist psychotherapeutic approaches, involves no directed work with client emotions. There are no psychotherapeutic techniques for dealing with emotions, either. For this reason, one sometimes discusses the possibility of including interventions aimed directly at the client's emotions in solution-focused brief therapy in addition to interventions aimed at thought and behavior.
In this article, we analyze the theoretical background of classical therapeutic approaches that call, from an analytical and structuralist standpoint, for special psychotherapeutic work with the client's emotions.
We make a survey of theoretical concepts that emerged in the 20th and 21st centuries in philosophy, psychology, sociology and cultural studies and that make us reconsider the traditional approach to emotion of academic psychology and classical psychotherapy.
We formulate the basic principles of the construction of psychotherapeutic interaction based on the theoretical assumptions of postclassical rationality and describe their key methodological differences from the classical approach. These assumptions show that special work with emotions is irrelevant to the constructivist approach.