WHAT IS THE CULTURALIST THERAPY IN MENTAL HEALTH?
The culturalist sees personality as emerging from social experience. The culturalist practitioner rejects the Freudian concepts of the id, ego,and superego, and the view that human behavior is basically derived from instinctual (mostly sexual) drives; that man is a prisoner of his own biology; that the unconscious is a separate division of the mind and operates independent of the external world. In culturalist psychoanalytic therapy, the therapist recognizes the impact of the cultural milieu as a major force in shaping the personality of the individual, and the need for the disturbed patient to be able to cope in his culture in a new, constructive, and contributing way.
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