"If you want something you never had, then do something you never did"
Positive and Transcultural Psychotherapy (PPT) is a Transcultural, Humanistic and Psychodynamic, resource-oriented, and conflict-centred psychotherapeutic method for individuals, couples, and families. Prof. Nossrat Peseschkian and collaborators developed the method in the ‘70s in Germany and today there are more than thirty training centres worldwide.
Positive and Transcultural Psychotherapy is an integrative method, which includes humanistic, systemic, psychodynamic, and CBT elements.
In Positive and Transcultural Psychotherapy the client's resistance is not challenged directly. "The consultation takes place in a loving way through allusions to poetry, proverbs and oriental fairy tales and myths" (Prof. Gaetano Benedetti, MD, 1980). Through the use of stories, metaphors, role-play, and various other creative techniques the patient is encouraged to play an active role in his own healing process.
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