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Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Arseniy Belorusets
Participants Ego-Structure Dynamics during Landscape Analysis
We present an analysis of the Landscape Analytics (LA), a specific way of group

psychotherapy suggested by S. Berezin and D. Isaev. Methodological bases, specific

techniques and the source of the therapeutic effect are discussed. The method

is regarded through the concepts of general personology, transactional analysis,

analytical psychology, developmental approach and the psychological theory of

activity. We point out the following aspects of LA effect: a participant’s involvement

into an active exploration of the different spaces of life, activation of all egostates

simultaneously, stimulating Transcendent Function, creating a multilevel

image of the world, assistance in seeing developmental tasks in connection with

the super-objective. All these points can be discussed as components of generalized

effect aimed at providing conditions that help participants widen and integrate

their orientation. Dynamics of perticipant's ego-structure is measured and discussed.

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