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 e-pakk Presentation

Nyitólap

Fairy tale psychology, fairy tale therapy

2017

Hungarian Psychological Society’s 

XXVIth National Scientific Assembly

 University of Szeged   

1-3. June, 2017.

 

Story hero method story diagnostic and

therapy method ® 

 

The 90-minute, interactive theoretical and practical workshop has as its goal a cooperation with the audience, using their own experiences in order to present the projective method which has been under development by the author since 2005. Using the instructions consisting of nine sentences, the subjects being examined prepare their own stories.  The wide range of diagnostic possibilities are based on one of the tools of narrative psychology, on an analysis of the contents and common themes.  In the course of the analysis the three jointly analyzed focus stories, the students become familiar with analyzing characters, attributes,  and needs, analyzing the content or concept of the symptom- or problem-centric stories, together with the therapy these examples suggest.  The workshop ends with a video, which shows how the method was used to help a mother of several children find closure to her chronic mourning which had lasted twenty years.  The recommended maximum attendance is 25 people. Keywords:  focus stories, diagnostic, narratives, problem-centred, projective therapy, symptom-oriented, therapy. 

 

Pszichoterápia folyóirat

(Journal of Psychotherapy) 

13th conference. 

REVERSING FORTUNES 

Psychotherapy and the effect of counseling 

MOM Cultural Centre

12-13. May, 2017.

 

Program

 

 Story hero method story diagnostic and

therapy method ® 

short introduction together with discussion

 

A projective method that has been under continuous development since 2005, using stories, narrative psychology, psychoanalysis, art therapy, and multidisciplinary results.  The subjects being examined independently write stories using the nine sentences, using instructions typical for the projective tests.  Using the big 30 personality test, the stories are analyzed for their content and frequency.  Statistical test results for comfortable small-scale research are used to come to research conclusions, and the case studies shown prove the method’s viability as a diagnostic device.  Using professional training and practice, the narratives are analyzed and broken down, by both professionals and anyone willing to learn the method, which can be learned in a brief time. The presentation describes the types of personalities, attributes, and archetypes and their relationships, and how to analyze these. (For example problem- or  symptom-centric stories’ content, conceptual determination, its diagnosis, the relationship with the latter to the contemporary clinical– DSM-IV, DSM-5 – diagnostic system, which can be used to increase the number of measured variables of the method in accordance with the mental state corresponding to various types of mental conditions.) The end of the presentation is a detailed case study, and a video, which shows the relationship of this therapy to other types of therapy.  One of the limitations of the method is age (recommended from the age of 7 and up), which can be reduced if the appropriate methodological and ethical rules are followed.  Further, various circumstances limit the ability to control the conditions under which the stories were written, the difficulty of this is shown, and representative samples (healthy or pathological), as well as the lack of national standardization, validation, and reliability investigations. A long-term objective is to overcome these barriers.

 

 

 

 

Petőfi TV

2016.10.07.

 

Juhász László

Healing Tales and Reading

 

Click here! (4:16-)

 

 

Researchers' Night in Hungary

1088 Budapest, Reviczky u. 4

2016.08.30.

 

Juhász László

Morality in tales, myths and reality

 

The interactive workshop is an extended version of the lecture presented at the 23rd National Convention of the Hungarian Psychology Association in 2013. The main aim is to prove that the content and structural changes in fairy tales reflect the universal thinking of humanity and is key to its development. The changes in morality and rules – whether individuals or the society abide by them or not – serve the purposes of survival, development and wellbeing. The statements will be supported by intercultural research findings, as well as direct and indirect methods.

 

The methodology of the lectures uses partly V. J. Propp’s morphological methodology of analyzing Russian fairy tales, and new methods in psychology. With the help of these, stories, such as the fall of humanity in the Bible, or the evaluation scene in the Egyptian Book of the Dead will be reinterpreted. Two popular Hungarian fairy tales will also be shown with regards to the various forbidden motives appearing in other tales. As it will be concluded, morality, handling of the rules, flouting these are keys to individual and societal development.

 

Various examples to support the statements above will include a short video showing daily pedagogical routine, an ancient Papua fairy tale, overview of recent Hungarian studies and an example from the Hungarian Constitution. Following these, participants can explore their moral behavior and preference towards rules and will discuss how their own self-esteem and development is dependent on their preferences.

 

Key words: Constitution, morality, development, self-esteem, free will

 

 

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