Handbook of Contemporary Psychotherapy: Toward an Improved Understanding of Effective Psychotherapy

Handbook of Contemporary Psychotherapy: Toward an Improved Understanding of Effective Psychotherapy

by William O'Donohue, Steven R. Graybar
     
 

Handbook of Contemporary Psychotherapy explores a wide range of constructs not captured in the DSM or traditional research but that play important roles in psychotherapy cases. To provide readers with a tool bag of practical techniques they can use in these cases, editors William O'Donohue and Steven R. Graybar present chapters written by leading clinical

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Handbook of Contemporary Psychotherapy explores a wide range of constructs not captured in the DSM or traditional research but that play important roles in psychotherapy cases. To provide readers with a tool bag of practical techniques they can use in these cases, editors William O'Donohue and Steven R. Graybar present chapters written by leading clinical authorities on such topics as the process of change in psychotherapy, attachment and terror management, projective identification, terminating psychotherapy therapeutically, shame and its many ramifications for clients, dream work, boundaries, forgiveness, the repressed and recovered memory debate, and many others.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781412968201
Publisher:
SAGE Publications
Publication date:
08/27/2008
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
432
Product dimensions:
7.00(w) x 9.90(h) x 0.90(d)

Table of Contents

Introduction: Where Science meets Practice - William O'Donohue, Steven Graybar
Ch 2: The Scientist Practitioner and Dynamic Constructs - Michael Lavin
Ch 3: The (Dramatic) Process of Psychotherapy - Jeffrey Zeig
Ch 4: Avoiding an Ice Patch on the Slippery Slope: Clinical Practice and the issue of repressed memories - William Follette, Deborah Davis
Ch 5: Theory and Methods for Studying the Influence of Unconscious Processes - Deborah Davis, Aaron Mc Vean
Ch 6: Meditation, Ego and I: Who, exactly, is in conflict? - Kenneth Cloke
Ch 7: Family Influences and Ecological Context - James Maddock, Linda Friel, Linda Friel
Ch 8: A Psychoanalytical Understanding of the Death Instinct: Problems in Receiving the Good Object - Robert Waska
Ch 9: Countertransference: A foundation of Psychotherapy - Jeffrey Corpuel
Ch 10: Projective Identification - Patricia Chatham
Ch 11: Mindfulness: Being Mindful in Psychotherapy - Akihiko Masuda, Kelly Wilson
Ch 12: The Science of Forgiveness - David Antonuccio, Robert Jackson
Ch 13: Dream/Work in Psychotherapy: A narrative common-sense approach - Lois Parker
Ch 14: Shame - William Hahn
Ch 15: Treatment of Clients who are struggling with Depression - James Overholser, Nicole Peak
Ch 16: Therapeutic Boundaries and Effective Therapy: Exploring the Relationships - Ofer Zur
Ch 17: Terminating Psychotherapy Therapeutically - Steven Graybar

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