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Giorgio Nardone and Paul Watzlawick offer an overview of the historical development of strategic therapy approaches and they look at the conceptual differences of the most important authors and scholars on strategic therapy. The authors show how, as opposed to traditional therapeutic approaches, the strategic therapy intervention can be a swift, well-planned process whose initiation, direction, objectives, and duration can be fairly clear from the beginning.
|1||If You Desire to See, Learn How to Act||1|
|2||Heresies of the Strategic Approach||17|
|3||The Development of the Strategic Approach||32|
|4||Clinical Practice, Processes, and Procedures||45|
|5||Models for Treating Phobic and Obsessive Disorders||73|
|6||Four Case Examples||97|
Posted January 16, 2009
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