Impressions from clients

What They Say About the book

A model of psychotherapy that makes the client understand the importance of time. A
psychotherapy approach that gives special weight to intrapersonal and interpersonal
communication, helps to identify the life goals and values spirituality. It is a new way of finding internal cohesion—rest, serenity, health, and mental wellbeing.

The strongest point of the author’s theoretical conceptualization is the attempt to provide a simplified explanation of human nature, psychopathology, and its treatment for the audience or future therapists. The book is practical since, besides its concept, it offers techniques that are applicable and easily understandable.
Dr. Aliriza ARËNLIU
Certainly, each theory of psychotherapy has its own practical component, which is implemented in the psychotherapist-client relationship. Dr. Uka provides clear guidelines on where to intervene when working with clients. He also lists ten (10) psychotherapy phases of internal cohesion, thus constantly offering information for what is called "a process" and "content" in psychotherapy. These phases are concrete steps in designing a psychotherapeutic process, guiding the therapist, step-by-step, in conceptualizing, planning, implementing, and evaluating the whole process and content of psychotherapy.
Prof. Asoc. Dashamir BËRXULLI
Internal cohesion psychotherapy is a well-organized approach, first as a theorical model then as an applied psychotherapy. Plenty of techniques that are used to achieve the final aim of psychotherapy (achievement of internal cohesion for the client) are a further enrichment of this approach. An innovative element in this approach is that the emphasize of time element. From clinical work, there are clear insights that time segments are associated. The past affects the present and the perspective for the future.
MA. Lirie LOKAJ, group and family therapist
This approach brings many innovations in its field, but the main one, in my opinion, is that the basis of this theory is empirical. Prof. Uka has successfully demonstrated time continuity between the past, the present, and the future. Thus, bringing the four factors into a single plan gives you assurance when facing the client in a therapeutical environment, since the issue the client brings into therapy should be systemized into one of the systems described in this theory: intrapersonal, interpersonal, professional, or spiritual.
PhD. Naim TELAKU – clinical psychologist
The theory and psychotherapy of internal cohesion will teach you a lot: it will give you the courage to talk about emotional storms and darkness that accompany psychological problems, it will teach you to love and accept yourself, recall memories and events and give them meaning, it will inspire you to find the courage to live and not only to survive, and it will encourage you to talk about dilemmas, sleepless nights, sorrow, and grieve!
Tana Aliaj, psychologist