Q Methodology Study of a Person in Individual Therapy
This article describes a case study where the Q Methodology approach was applied to explore the self-image of a person in short-term therapy. The person gained increased self-understanding and resolved an internal conflict related to a self-image issue that was underlying the presenting problem. Furthermore, the Q Methodology approach, combined with Perceptual Control Theory (PCT), suggested some ideas about the nature of the self-concept that can be explored in future research.
MSU Digital Commons Citation
Goldstein, David M. and Goldstein, Sara, "Q Methodology Study of a Person in Individual Therapy" (2005). Department of Family Science and Human Development Scholarship and Creative Works. 134.