Favorite Counseling and Therapy Techniques: 51 Therapists Share Their Most Creative Strategies / Edition 1

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In this exciting book, some of the finest therapists in the world reveal their favorite techniques. Albert Ellis, the father of Rational-Emotive Behavior Therapy, explains how he uses a tape recorder to help clients vigorously dispute irrational thinking. Arnold Lazarus, the creator of Multimodal Therapy, shows how he implements his innovative Time Tripping Technique for rapidly dispelling emotional distress. Imagine learning from William Glasser, the founder of Reality Therapy, how to integrate Choice Theory to become a more effective therapist. Noted psychotherapy expert Raymond Corsini, uses his highly creative turning the tables on the client to make clients think like a counselor. Allen E. Ivey, pioneer in the area of microcounseling attending skills, makes sessions more productive by using his community genogram. Cognitive therapy specialist Judy Beck uses her Core Belief Worksheet to eliminate cognitive distortions. Editor/Contributor and Encyclopedia of Counseling author Howard Rosenthal uses olfactory post hypnotic suggestions to eliminate undesirable habits orward off panic attacks. And there are more than forty other creative strategies that can be used to improve counseling and therapy sessions right now!

Incl. use of symbols/rituals in psychotherapy, assertion strategies, dereflection for depression, social therapy etc.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781560326670
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis
  • Publication date: 10/28/1997
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 202
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements. Alphabetical List of Techniques. Part I. Serendipitous Suggestion: An Introduction to the Wonderful World of Psychotherapuetic Techniques. Part II. The Dark Side of Techniques: Beware of the Milton H. Erikson Clone. Part III. Techniques. Systems-Centered Therapy for Groups and IndividualsYvonne M. Agazarian, Ed.D. Resolving Grief Steve Andreas, M.A. Vocational Fantasy: An Empowering Technique Edward S. Beck, Ed.D., & Robert Hoppock, Ph.D. Changing Core Beliefs: Use of the Core Belief Worksheet Judy Beck, Ph.D. From Addition to Subtraction Dorothy Becvar, Ph.D., & Raphael Becvar, Ph.D. Psychodynamic Uncovering Technique (PUT) John D. Boyd, Ph.D. Humility, Augmented by the Deep Breath Technique Peter R. Breggin, M.D. Hypnotically Enhanced Interactive Cognitive RehearsalW. Gary Cannon, Ph.D. LifelineVictoria D. Coleman, Ed.D. Turning the Tables on the Client: Making the Client the Counselor Raymond J. Corsini, Ph.D. The Use of Symbols and Rituals in Psychotherapy Richard H. Cox, Ph.D. The SAEB System (Symptoms, Automatic Thoughts, Emotions, and Behavior) in the Treatment and Conceptualization of Panic Attacks Frank M. Dattilio, Ph.D. Vigorous Disputing of Irrational Beliefs in Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT) Albert Ellis, Ph.D. Art Therapy Phoebe Farris-Dufrene, Ph.D. Voice Therapy Robert Firestone, Ph.D. Working from Client Experiential Vignettes Sterling K. Gerber, Ph.D. Reality Therapy and Choice TheoryWilliam Glasser, M.D. Using Stories in Therapy with Children and Families Larry Golden, Ph.D. Memory Work with Children Linda Goldman, M.S. Creating Vision, Mission, and Values for Couples in Counseling Russell Grieger, Ph.D. Assertion Strategies Paul A. Hauck, Ph.D. Dereflection for Depression Rosemary Henrion, MSN, M.Ed. The Last Five Minutes Technique Joseph W. Hollis, Ed.D. Community Genogram: Identifying Strengths Allen E. Ivey, Ed.D. Relationship-Centered Counseling: An Integrative Humanistic Approach for Diverse Problems Eugene W. Kelly, Ph.D. Creative Collection of Therapeutic Adventures: Feelings, Fears, and Worries Melissa T. Korenblat-Hanin, M.S.W. The SET Communication System Strategy Jerold J. Kreisman, M.D. Time Tripping Arnold A. Lazarus, Ph.D. The Four-Step Experiential Session for Deep-Seated Personality Change Alvin R. Mahrer, Ph.D. Memory Collage Jean Marnocha, M.S.W. & Beth Haasl, B.S. Therapeutic Assessment Scott T. Meier, Ph.D. Creating Spa in Counseling Richard C. Nelson, Ph.D. Support and Challenge: Use of Metaphor as a Higher Level Empathy Response Edward Neukrug, Ed.D. Social Therapy Fred Newman, Ph.D. Gaining Rapport and a Common Base of Understanding: Defining Rational Reality on Which to Build through Counseling Donald L. Peters, M.Ed. Wally the Worrying Warthog Janie J. Plaxco, M.A. Dealing with Silence: The Turtle Analogy for Psychotherapists and Counselors John E. Poarch, M.D. Olfactory Conditioning: The Sweet Aroma of Post-Hypnotics Howard G. Rosenthal, Ed.D. Using Early Memories to Elicit Complementarity in Couples Counseling Steven Slavik, M.A. Well-Being Scale: An Assessment Tool for Caregivers Susan Steiger Tebb, Ph.D. Life-Play Fantasy ExerciseRobert Taibbi, M.S.W. Posttraumatic Loss Debriefing Rosemary A. Thompson, Ed.D. Draw Your Family Table/Family-O-Gram James P. Trotzer, Ph.D. The Technique of Nucleus Therapy Ellen Walkenstein, M.D. Bibliotherapy Bea Wehrly, Ph.D. The "Telephone" Technique William J. Weikel, Ph.D. Body Scan Ira David Welch, Ed.D. Rational-Emotive Imagery (REI) Jerry Wilde, Ph.D. Client Inner Self-evaluation: A Necessary Prelude to Change Robert E. Wubbolding, Ed.D. Part IV. 15 Recommendations for Effectively Implementing Counseling and Therapy Techniques.

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