Integrative Multitheoretical Psychotherapy / Edition 1

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Overview

In order to meet the diverse needs of clients, many therapists are moving toward a more integrated approach to psychotherapy that considers many different theoretical approaches. Integrative Multitheoretical Psychotherapy explores how various theories may be successfully synthesized and describes this new approach by providing an overview of some of the ways in which psychotherapy has become more complex during the latter half of the twentieth century. The text explores how the various theories may be successfully synthesized. Brooks-Harris outlines seven theoretical models (cognitive, behavioral, experiential-humanistic, bio-psycho-social, psychodynamic-interpersonal, systemic-constructivist, and multicultural-feminist) for conceptualizing clients and guiding interventions. These models can be translated into practical skills and implemented with clients.The text's systematic, clearly written approach, combined with numerous figure illustrations, plentiful case studies and examples, highlighted key strategies throughout the chapters, and two summary appendixes, clarify the complex process of theoretical synthesis.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780618253227
  • Publisher: Cengage Learning
  • Publication date: 3/30/2007
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 560
  • Sales rank: 543,038
  • Product dimensions: 6.50 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Table of Contents

Note: Each chapter in Parts I and III begins with an Overview. Every chapter concludes with a Chapter Summary. I. A New Approach to Psychotherapy Integration 1. Introduction to Psychotherapy and Integration What Is Psychotherapy? A Brief History of Psychotherapy A Multitheoretical Framework for Psychotherapy What Is Psychotherapy Integration? A Brief History of Psychotherapy Integration Diverse Routes to Integration 2. Five Principles for Psychotherapy Integration Philosophical Foundations of Multitheoretical Psychotherapy Intentional Integration Multidimensional Integration Multitheoretical Integration Strategy-Based Integration Relational Integration 3. Multidimensional Adaptation and Integrative Treatment Planning Multidimensional Model of Human Functioning Multidimensional Adaptation Integrative Treatment Planning Ongoing Psychotherapy II. Key Strategies: Translating Psychotherapy Theories into Practical Skills 4. Cognitive Psychotherapy: Encouraging Functional Thoughts Introduction to Cognitive Psychotherapy Cognitive Strategies 5. Behavioral Psychotherapy: Choosing Effective Actions (with Michael F. Gavetti, chapter coauthor) Introduction to Behavioral Psychotherapy Behavioral Strategies 6. Experiential-Humanistic Psychotherapy: Exploring Feelings and Personal Experiences (with Tyler C. Ralston, chapter coauthor) Introduction to Experiential-Humanistic Psychotherapy Experiential Strategies 7. Biopsychosocial Psychotherapy: Connecting Body and Brain (with Jill M. Oliveira and Richard Rothschiller, chapter coauthors) Introduction to Biopsychosocial Psychotherapy Biopsychosocial Strategies 8. Psychodynamic-Interpersonal Psychotherapy: Modifying Interpersonal Patterns Introduction to Psychodynamic-Interpersonal Psychotherapy Psychodynamic Strategies 9. Systemic-Constructivist Psychotherapy: Living within Social Systems (with Larisa Buhin, chapter coauthor) Introduction to Systemic-Constructivist Psychotherapy Systemic-Constructivist Strategies 10. Multicultural-Feminist Psychotherapy: Adapting to Cultural Contexts (with Shelley Savage, chapter coauthor) Introduction to Multicultural-Feminist Psychotherapy Multicultural-Feminist Strategies III. Applications to Treatment and Training 11. Multitheoretical Psychotherapy in Action: Case Examples with Four Different Diagnoses Multitheoretical Psychotherapy for Depression Multitheoretical Psychotherapy for Anxiety Multitheoretical Psychotherapy for Substance Abuse Multitheoretical Psychotherapy for Health Behaviors 12. Training and Supervision in Multitheoretical Psychotherapy (with Kristin E. Eisenhauer, chapter coauthor) Introduction to Multitheoretical Training Five Principles for Training Multitheoretical Psychotherapists Two Distinct Features of Multitheoretical Training Introduction to Multitheoretical Supervision Using MTP to Enact Existing Models from the Supervision Literature Single Session MTP Supervision Sequence Ongoing Professional Development Appendixes A. Multitheoretical Conceptualization B. Catalog of Key Strategies References Index

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