Evolution of Psychotherapy | Evolution of Psychotherapy 2005
Robert Dilts, BA
Master Degree or Higher in Health-Related Field
Audio and Video
Original Program Date :
Dec 11, 2005
The notion of “logical levels” refers to the fact that some processes and phenomena are created by the relationships between other processes and phenomena. The function of each level is to synthesize, organize and direct the interactions on the level below it. Changing something on an upper level would necessarily radiate downward, precipitating change on the lower levels. This presentation will cover the six basic levels of therapeutic change: environment, behavior, capabilities, beliefs and values, identity and spiritual.
To define the six basic levels of therapeutic change.
To name three processes and tools that help to create therapeutic change on different levels.
*Sessions may be edited for content and to preserve confidentiality*