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International Journal of Integrative Psychotherapy
The relational and intersubjective aspects of Integrative psychotherapy are essential components for achieving the goal of integration. The set of relational methods outlined in Integrative Psychotherapy, inquiry, attunement and involvement, provide a comprehensive guide for intersubjective treatment. Relational methods are important tools to help people with early relational failures, especially where those failures interfere with the development of intersubjective relating (Stern, 1985). Thisfatcat:tmxhhehdmna65p7xbemqlqawni