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Multimodal Therapy

How Personal Issues Arise - A Multimodal Therapy View

Personality is shaped and maintained through the seven modalities of affect, behaviour, biology, cognition, imagery, interpersonality and sensation. A person can acquire misinformation or a lack of skills in all modalities. This can lead to a multitude of problems.
 
Three Multimodal Therapy Concepts about the Mind
  • A person with defensive reactions blocks awareness of themself and others
  • Ambivalent reactions lead to indecision, procrastination and inertia
  • Excessive dependency, hate, misplaced love and unrealistic demands of others causes inquietude

The Client - Multimodal Therapy Therapist Relationship

The client gains insight into problems through learning to track their thoughts, feelings and behaviours. The therapist has a multitude of interventions, but only uses those which are specific to the problems and personality modalities. Therapy is tailored to the client?s personality, problems, and goals.

The Aim of Multimodal Therapy

To overcome or cope with problems.
 

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