El modelo integral y su aplicación en terapia
Gonzalez Ramírez, María Camila
This monograph presents a review of the key elements of Ken Wilber’s integral model and its application to psychotherapy. Quadrants, levels, lines and states, as central concepts in the integral model are presented with their relation with integral psychotherapy. Then other fundamental components as levels of therapy, identity developmental stages, typical pathologies for each level and strategies for their treatment, are presented. Finally it is discussed the therapeutic role and the application of the integral model to group therapies and counseling.