Basic Techniques of Psychodynamic Psychotherapyby Michael P. Nichols (Editor), Thomas J. Paolino Jr. (Editor)
This collection of original papers provides a comprehensive & systematic analysis of psychodynamic psychotherapy. Clinicians must be familiar with concepts of the therapeutic alliance, transference, & resistance, but in the final analysis all this understanding has to be translated into action in the form of specific interventions. The contributors are a group of highly talented practitioners, known for their ability to teach as well as to conduct psychotherapy. Discusses the purpose, impact, & timing of their interventions, illustrating each chapter with rich clinical material that has immediate utility for any practicing therapist.
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