Helping Skills: The Empirical Foundation

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781557988171
  • Publisher: American Psychological Association
  • Publication date: 1/28/2001
  • Edition description: 1 ED
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 463
  • Product dimensions: 7.04 (w) x 10.14 (h) x 1.24 (d)

Table of Contents

Pt. I The Process of Helping 1
Ch. 1 Primary Therapist Response Modes: Comparison of Six Rating Systems 9
Ch. 2 Client Behavior in Counseling and Therapy Sessions: Development of a Pantheoretical Measure 21
Ch. 3 Development of a System for Categorizing Client Reactions to Therapist Interventions 41
Ch. 4 Effects of Therapist Response Modes in Brief Psychotherapy 61
Ch. 5 List of Therapist Intentions Illustrated in a Case Study and With Therapists of Varying Theoretical Orientations 87
Ch. 6 Methodological Examination of Videotape-Assisted Reviews in Brief Therapy: Helpfulness Ratings, Therapist Intentions, Client Reactions, Mood, and Session Evaluation 115
Ch. 7 Relation of Nonverbal Behavior to Client Reactions 137
Ch. 8 Beneath the Surface of Long-Term Therapy: Therapist and Client Report of Their Own and Each Other's Covert Processes 147
Ch. 9 Helpee Introversion, Novice Counselor Intention Use, and Helpee-Rated Session Impact 169
Pt. II Attending and Listening - Nonverbal Behaviors 179
Ch. 10 Postural Movements in a Counseling Dyad 183
Ch. 11 Nonverbal Communication and Counseling Outcome 195
Ch. 12 Verbal and Nonverbal Communication of Facilitative Conditions 211
Pt. III Exploration Stage 225
Ch. 13 Effects of Reflection, Restatement, Probe, and Nonverbal Behaviors on Client Affect 229
Pt. IV Insight Stage - Challenge 239
Ch. 14 Enhancing Motivation for Change in Problem Drinking: A Controlled Comparison of Two Therapist Styles 243
Ch. 15 Interpretation and Arousal in the Counseling Process 257
Ch. 16 Therapist Behavior as a Determinant for Client Noncompliance: A Paradox for the Behavior Modifier 271
Pt. V Insight Stage - Interpretation 279
Ch. 17 Attributional Interpretations in Counseling: Content Versus Discrepancy 285
Ch. 18 The Accuracy of Therapists' Interpretations and the Outcome of Dynamic Psychotherapy 297
Ch. 19 Comprehensive Process Analysis of Insight Events in Cognitive-Behavioral and Psychodynamic-Interpersonal Psychotherapies 309
Ch. 20 Concentration and Correspondence of Transference Interpretations in Short-Term Psychotherapy 335
Ch. 21 Depth of Interpretation and Verbal Resistance in Psychotherapy 353
Pt. VI Insight Stage - Self-Disclosure 363
Ch. 22 A Qualitative Analysis of Client Perceptions of the Effects of Helpful Therapist Self-Disclosure in Long-Term Therapy 369
Ch. 23 Differential Effects of Self-Disclosing Versus Self-Involving Counselor Statements 389
Pt. VII Action Stage 397
Ch. 24 Differential Effects of Two Test-Interpretation Styles in Counseling: A Field Study 401
Ch. 25 Client Commitment and Resolve to Carry Out Postsession Behaviors 413
Ch. 26 Client Implementation of Therapist Recommendations Predicted by Client Perception of Fit, Difficulty of Implementation, and Therapist Influence 427
Ch. 27 Effects of Including the Action Stage in Dream Interpretation 445
About the Editor 463
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