Learning and Teaching Therapy / Edition 1by Jay Haley
Pub. Date: 03/15/1996
Publisher: Guilford Publications, Inc.
An ideal professional resource and an excellent classroom text, this book from world-renowned therapist Jay Haly explores new ways to think about therapy and creatively apply it in teaching and practice. In today's managed-care environment, mental health practitioners must be ready to use a variety of approaches, including brief therapy techniques, and must be flexible enough to adapt to each case. Enlivened with Haley's trademark wit, the book is filled with case examples and verbatim transcripts of therapy interviews. It provides a consistent ideology to frame the variety of ways of doing therapy, and helps readers learn how to draw what is best from each approach.
Table of Contents
1. Teaching Psychotherapy
2. Selecting a Supervisor and Other Important Matters
3. Who Should be Allowed to Learn?
4. The Client
5. What to Learn, What to Teach
6. The Best Theory
7. Controversial Issues
8. Live Supervision
10. More on Directives
11. Compulsory Therapy
Epilogue: How to be a Therapy Supervisor Without Knowing How to Change Anyone
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