Psychotherapy and Medication is an exceptionally valuable and timely volume that provides psychoanalysts, psychotherapists, and other mental health professionals with information on how to work with medication theoretically, clinically, and ...
Author: Fredric N. Busch
Written specifically for students on counselling and psychotherapy courses, this book gives an overview of the profession from its early beginnings in psychotherapy and psychoanalysis through the development of the different schools and ...
Author: Norman Claringbull
Publisher: Learning Matters
Category: Social Science
IS PSYCHOTHERAPY A SCIENCE ? Dr. Meyer defines science as the study of
facts for the characteristics they show when they become factors , the formulation
of these facts and their utilization . This definition of science in action , stressing ...
Author: Solomon Katzenelbogen
has the capacity to do so ) , the therapist is permitted by the patient to form a
union with him in which the therapist's caring concern is introjected by the patient
. Silberlo has emphasized the pathology of the alcoholic patient's parent , and
Category: Electronic journals
The contributors to this book delineate and integrate what is currently known about insight, and discuss new directions that could help clinicians and researchers better understand this rich and complex process.
Author: Louis Georges Castonguay
Publisher: Amer Psychological Assn
Strean , H . S . The social worker as psychotherapist . Metuchen , New Jersey :
The Scarecrow Press , 1974 . Strupp , H . H . A multidimensional comparison of
therapist activity in analytic and client - centered therapy . Journal of Consulting ...
Author: George J. Allen
This is a volume that all practitioners of psychotherapy need to read , especially
since it brings together a large group of leaders who summarize the status of their
field , and does provide through the editors ' writings some clarification of what ...
It is often recommended to interested lay people and prospective patients. This third edition takes into account recent changes in psychotherapy theory, practice and research. The authors are all psychoanalysts.
Author: Dr Anthony Bateman
This instructive book identifies specific interpersonal skills and attitudes--often overlooked in clinical training--that facilitate better client outcomes across a broad range of treatment methods and contexts.
Author: William R. Miller
Publisher: Guilford Publications
CHAPTER 9 How Treating the Emotions Leads To Cure Psychotherapy - the
Only Common Sense Way To Cure Emotionally - Caused Disease
Psychotherapy is the only common - sense way to treat the emotionally - caused
Author: Stephen J. Tracy
Category: Chronic diseases
Furthermore, tests and measures evaluating psychological constructs such as
interest and aptitude may form part of the counselling process. Additionally, client
behaviours during the counselling process may be described in psychological ...
Author: Richard Nelson-Jones