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Inevitably, every psychotherapist has some experience with severely disturbed patients. Consequently, they will turn with excitement to this important new book which is a stunning attempt by two knowledgeable, persevering psychotherapists to present their understanding and sound therapeutic approach to these difficult and challenging patients. The authors argue that the ...
Psychotherapy of Schizophrenia: The Treatment of Choice
Inevitably, every psychotherapist has some experience with severely disturbed patients. Consequently, they will turn with excitement to this important new book which is a stunning attempt by two knowledgeable, persevering psychotherapists to present their understanding and sound therapeutic approach to these difficult and challenging patients. The authors argue that the treatment of choice is clearly psychotherapy and that such treatment can be successful and as long lasting for schizophrenic patients as it is for neurotic patients, but the journey may be longer and it may take more time to traverse.The task of therapy is to untangle the past from the present to make the future conceivable. The volume provides a thorough historical overview of the theoretical and clinical approaches to the problem of schizophrenia, including the views of leading contemporary clinicians on the topic. In general, the major clinical controversies have been regarded as issues of whether to focus on past, present or future; reality or fantasy; affects; exploration or relationship; whether the therapist should be active or passive; and how to handle regression. The authors argue that these are the wrong issues. They say that the task of therapy is to untangle the past from the present to make the future conceivable. Reality and fantasy are intertwined and must both be dealt with. Affects are central to all therapy, and emphasis on anger, despair, loneliness, terror, and shame are all necessary, as is the clarification of affect, and the acceptance of positive affect. Activity versus passivity is again in the wrong question; the right one is what action is helpful, when it is helpful, and when is not doing anything helpful? Regression is inevitable; should one accept it fully or try to limit it? This has no general answer other than do what is necessary (i.e., unavoidable) or most helpful to a particular patient at a particular time.
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75.600000 USD

Psychotherapy of Schizophrenia: The Treatment of Choice

by Gary R. VandenBos, Bertram P Karon
Paperback / softback
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Inevitably, every psychotherapist has some experience with severely disturbed patients. Consequently, they will turn with excitement to this important new book which is a stunning attempt by two knowledgeable, persevering psychotherapists to present their understanding and sound therapeutic approach to these difficult and challenging patients. The authors argue that the ...
Psychotherapy of Schizophrenia: The Treatment of Choice
Inevitably, every psychotherapist has some experience with severely disturbed patients. Consequently, they will turn with excitement to this important new book which is a stunning attempt by two knowledgeable, persevering psychotherapists to present their understanding and sound therapeutic approach to these difficult and challenging patients. The authors argue that the treatment of choice is clearly psychotherapy and that such treatment can be successful and as long lasting for schizophrenic patients as it is for neurotic patients, but the journey may be longer and it may take more time to traverse.The task of therapy is to untangle the past from the present to make the future conceivable. The volume provides a thorough historical overview of the theoretical and clinical approaches to the problem of schizophrenia, including the views of leading contemporary clinicians on the topic. In general, the major clinical controversies have been regarded as issues of whether to focus on past, present or future; reality or fantasy; affects; exploration or relationship; whether the therapist should be active or passive; and how to handle regression. The authors argue that these are the wrong issues. They say that the task of therapy is to untangle the past from the present to make the future conceivable. Reality and fantasy are intertwined and must both be dealt with. Affects are central to all therapy, and emphasis on anger, despair, loneliness, terror, and shame are all necessary, as is the clarification of affect, and the acceptance of positive affect. Activity versus passivity is again in the wrong question; the right one is what action is helpful, when it is helpful, and when is not doing anything helpful? Regression is inevitable; should one accept it fully or try to limit it? This has no general answer other than do what is necessary (i.e., unavoidable) or most helpful to a particular patient at a particular time.
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77.700000 USD

Psychotherapy of Schizophrenia: The Treatment of Choice

by Gary R. VandenBos, Bertram P Karon
Hardback
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Mental health professionals provide better care to their clients when they care for themselves. This acclaimed highly practical guide--now revised and expanded with even more self-care strategies--helps busy psychotherapists balance their personal and professional lives. The book presents 13 research-informed self-care strategies and offers concrete methods for integrating them into ...
Leaving It at the Office, Second Edition: A Guide to Psychotherapist Self-Care
Mental health professionals provide better care to their clients when they care for themselves. This acclaimed highly practical guide--now revised and expanded with even more self-care strategies--helps busy psychotherapists balance their personal and professional lives. The book presents 13 research-informed self-care strategies and offers concrete methods for integrating them into daily life. Featuring examples and insights from master therapists, every chapter concludes with a self-care checklist. Infused with a positive message of self-renewal and growth, the book shows clinicians how to leave distress at the office and tend actively to their physical, emotional, and spiritual needs. New to This Edition *Chapter on mindfulness and self-compassion. *Increased emphasis on simple, real-time self-care activities. *New examples from additional master therapists and hundreds of workshop participants. *Up-to-date research findings on therapist stress and resilience. *Discussions of competence constellations, building on self-care strengths, moral stress, deliberate practice, presession preparation, journaling, and multiculturalism.
31.500000 USD

Leaving It at the Office, Second Edition: A Guide to Psychotherapist Self-Care

by Gary R. VandenBos, James D. Guy, Jr.
Paperback
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Mental health professionals provide better care to their clients when they care for themselves. This acclaimed highly practical guide--now revised and expanded with even more self-care strategies--helps busy psychotherapists balance their personal and professional lives. The book presents 13 research-informed self-care strategies and offers concrete methods for integrating them into ...
Leaving It at the Office, Second Edition: A Guide to Psychotherapist Self-Care
Mental health professionals provide better care to their clients when they care for themselves. This acclaimed highly practical guide--now revised and expanded with even more self-care strategies--helps busy psychotherapists balance their personal and professional lives. The book presents 13 research-informed self-care strategies and offers concrete methods for integrating them into daily life. Featuring examples and insights from master therapists, every chapter concludes with a self-care checklist. Infused with a positive message of self-renewal and growth, the book shows clinicians how to leave distress at the office and tend actively to their physical, emotional, and spiritual needs. New to This Edition *Chapter on mindfulness and self-compassion. *Increased emphasis on simple, real-time self-care activities. *New examples from additional master therapists and hundreds of workshop participants. *Up-to-date research findings on therapist stress and resilience. *Discussions of competence constellations, building on self-care strengths, moral stress, deliberate practice, presession preparation, journaling, and multiculturalism.
92.13 USD

Leaving It at the Office, Second Edition: A Guide to Psychotherapist Self-Care

by Gary R. VandenBos, John C. Norcross
Hardback
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In Three Approaches to Psychotherapy With a Male Client - The Next Generation, three leading therapists demonstrate three different therapeutic orientations with a single client. Inspired by the original Three Approaches to Psychotherapy video, which featured three pioneering therapists working with client Gloria, this DVD revisits the original program concept ...
Three Approaches to Psychotherapy with a Male Client: The Next Generation
In Three Approaches to Psychotherapy With a Male Client - The Next Generation, three leading therapists demonstrate three different therapeutic orientations with a single client. Inspired by the original Three Approaches to Psychotherapy video, which featured three pioneering therapists working with client Gloria, this DVD revisits the original program concept with presentations of cognitive therapy with Judith S. Beck, emotion- focused therapy with Leslie S. Greenberg, and psychodynamic therapy with Nancy McWilliams. Beck, Greenberg, and McWilliams define and illustrate their individual approaches, engage in a roundtable discussion about their work, and provide voiceover commentary for their respective sessions. This spirited presentation demonstrates the shared features and key differences of contemporary therapeutic approaches, allowing the viewer a chance to compare and contrast the techniques and qualities of three master psychotherapists.
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313.950000 USD

Three Approaches to Psychotherapy with a Male Client: The Next Generation

by Gary R. VandenBos, Jon Cartson, Nancy McWilliams, Leslie S. Greenberg, Judith S. Beck
DVD video
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In Three Approaches to Psychotherapy With a Female Client - The Next Generation, three leading therapists demonstrate three different therapeutic orientations with a single client. Inspired by the original Three Approaches to Psychotherapy video, which featured three pioneering therapists working with client Gloria, this DVD revisits the original program concept ...
Three Approaches to Psychotherapy with a Female Client: The Next Generation
In Three Approaches to Psychotherapy With a Female Client - The Next Generation, three leading therapists demonstrate three different therapeutic orientations with a single client. Inspired by the original Three Approaches to Psychotherapy video, which featured three pioneering therapists working with client Gloria, this DVD revisits the original program concept with presentations of cognitive therapy with Judith S. Beck, emotion- focused therapy with Leslie S. Greenberg, and psychodynamic therapy with Nancy McWilliams. Beck, Greenberg, and McWilliams define and illustrate their individual approaches, engage in a roundtable discussion about their work, and provide voiceover commentary for their respective sessions. This spirited presentation demonstrates the shared features and key differences of contemporary therapeutic approaches, allowing the viewer a chance to compare and contrast the techniques and qualities of three master psychotherapists.
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313.950000 USD

Three Approaches to Psychotherapy with a Female Client: The Next Generation

by Gary R. VandenBos, Jon Cartson, Nancy McWilliams, Leslie S. Greenberg, Judith S. Beck
DVD video
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