Developmentally Based Psychotherapy / Edition 1

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In Developmentally Based Psychotherapy, Dr. Greenspan enlarges both our understanding of human development and the therapeutic processes that promote emotional growth. Dr. Greenspan formulates practical therapeutic strategies based on our most recent discoveries of early presymbolic levels of adaptive and disturbed personality functioning, observations of the biological aspects of symptom and character formation, and emerging understanding of the phases of development throughout the course of life. Developmentally Based Psychotherapy formulates therapeutic processes that enable patients to build psychological capacities formerly thought to be beyond the reach of psychotherapy such as altering basic expectations, mood, and temperament; transforming impulses and behaviors into affects and mental representations; and forming new internalized object relationships, organizations of self, and capacities for self observation. In addition, Dr. Greenspan provides a new framework for research by defining developmentally based, clinically relevant categories of behavior and observable intervention strategies.

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Reviewer: Lori R. Solaro, MD (Rush University Medical Center)
Description: With this book, Dr. Stanley Greenspan introduces a new developmental paradigm for psychotherapy, integrating therapeutic techniques applied in psychotherapy today with knowledge of developmental stages and dysfunction. His developmental-structuralist approach to psychotherapy assesses psychiatric patients' stages of development and formulates psychotherapeutic strategies to help patients learn the psychological capacities (i.e., regulation, engagement, symbolization of experiences) to cope with conflict and develop adaptive personalities and emotional health.
Purpose: The author's intent is to provide a guide for assessing and formulating psychotherapy to children's and adults' developmental levels.
Audience: This book would be beneficial for all students and practitioners of child and adult psychotherapy. Stanley Greenspan is an expert and a theorist in the areas of child and adult development and psychotherapy.
Features: This text contains no illustrations. The reference section cites important historical references as well as recent significant resources. An appendix contains tables outlining stages of development, adaptive capacities at each stage, the maladaptive capacities and the self-object relationships at each stage.
Assessment: This book describes an eclectic, developmental-structuralist framework to assess and psychotherapeutically treat children and adults based on their emotional-cognitive development. This approach to psychotherapy is impressive and the text is clearly written with excellent clinical examples. This book is very highly recommended to psychotherapists.
Lori R. Solaro
With this book, Dr. Stanley Greenspan introduces a new developmental paradigm for psychotherapy, integrating therapeutic techniques applied in psychotherapy today with knowledge of developmental stages and dysfunction. His developmental-structuralist approach to psychotherapy assesses psychiatric patients' stages of development and formulates psychotherapeutic strategies to help patients learn the psychological capacities (i.e., regulation, engagement, symbolization of experiences) to cope with conflict and develop adaptive personalities and emotional health. The author's intent is to provide a guide for assessing and formulating psychotherapy to children's and adults' developmental levels. This book would be beneficial for all students and practitioners of child and adult psychotherapy. Stanley Greenspan is an expert and a theorist in the areas of child and adult development and psychotherapy. This text contains no illustrations. The reference section cites important historical references as well as recent significant resources. An appendix contains tables outlining stages of development, adaptive capacities at each stage, the maladaptive capacities and the self-object relationships at each stage. This book describes an eclectic, developmental-structuralist framework to assess and psychotherapeutically treat children and adults based on their emotional-cognitive development. This approach to psychotherapy is impressive and the text is clearly written with excellent clinical examples. This book is very highly recommended to psychotherapists.
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Greenspan psychiatry, behavioral sciences, and pediatrics, George Washington U. introduces his discovery of new levels of the mind, expanding understanding of human development and the therapeutic processes that promote emotional growth. His theories and strategies are based on recently discovered early presymbolic levels of adaptive and disturbed personality functioning, observations of the biological aspects of symptom and character formation, and emerging understanding of the phases of development throughout the course of life. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780823611997
  • Publisher: International Universities Press, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 1/28/1997
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 462
  • Product dimensions: 6.20 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 1.20 (d)

Table of Contents

Ch. 1 Introduction to Developmentally Based Psychotherapy 1
Ch. 2 Principles of Developmentally Based Therapy 7
Ch. 3 Regulatory Processes 71
Ch. 4 Engaging and Relating 135
Ch. 5 Boundary-Defining Gestures, Behaviors, and Affects 161
Ch. 6 Self- and "Other"-Defining Complex Gestural, Behavioral, and Affective Patterns 189
Ch. 7 Representational Elaboration 225
Ch. 8 Clinical Techniques to Facilitate Representational Capacities 253
Ch. 9 Representational Differentiation (Emotional Thinking) 313
Ch. 10 Tactics to Foster Representational Differentiation 361
Conclusion 381
Appendix The Clinical Assessment of Developmental Levels 385
References 427
Name Index 447
Subject Index 451
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