2014
DOI: 10.17265/2159-5542/2014.12.009
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Nada Dimcovic

Abstract: Constructivism, as a relatively new and not widely known school of psychotherapy, is becoming more popular due to the influence of some of its concepts on the new developments in dominant psychological modalities. I will make an effort to demonstrate conceptual similarities between constructivism and feminist/inequality approaches to psychotherapy, via a study of women with eating disorders. The usefulness of theoretical assumptions from personal construct psychology/constructivism in understanding eating dis…

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