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About the Author
Mark J. Stein, PhD., DClinPsy, is a Health Professions Council (HPC) registered chartered clinical psychologist at the Adult Psychological Therapies Service in Kirklees. He has completed core trainings in Intensive Experiential-Dynamic Psychotherapy with Ferruccio Osimo, and Intensive Short-Term Dynamic Psychotherapy with Josette ten Have-de Labije and Kees Cornelissen. His background has included research in clinical health psychology at the universities of Kent at Canterbury, Warwick, and Sheffield. In addition to treating patients in the National Health Service, he is a clinical supervisor for clinical psychologists in training at the universities of Leeds, Sheffield, and Staffordshire, and provides teaching on the experiential dynamic psychotherapies to clinical psychology doctoral students at the universities of Leeds, Sheffield and Nottingham.
Table of Contents
Foreword Introduction Experiential Dynamic Therapy from History to Theory and Clinics A historical overview of experiential dynamic psychotherapies David Malan and the genesis of experiential dynamic psychotherapy in the UK 1 , 2 The essence of experiential dynamic psychotherapies Intensive Experiential-Dynamic Psychotherapy and application of the character hologram Clinical Applications of Experiential Dynamic Therapy Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapies in Primary Care Mental Health Services Experiential dynamic psychotherapies in the psychological treatment of a patient attending oncology services Experiential dynamic psychotherapies in the treatment of psycho-physical trauma Intensive Short-Term Dynamic Psychotherapy and the treatment of poly-symptomatic somatic patients Intensive Experiential-Dynamic Psychotherapy in the treatment of long-standing depression Using Intensive Experiential-Dynamic Psychotherapy to treat an underachieving gifted adolescent Experiential dynamic therapy in a university counselling service A client’s perspective Receiving the invitation to open up Training and Research Group Intensive Experiential-Dynamic Psychotherapy in a public mental health service Privileging relationships within our places of work: what can the principles of experiential dynamic therapy bring to public services? Experiential short-term psychodynamic therapy from the perspective of a cognitive-behaviour therapist: a personal account EDT in the context of psychotherapy research and mental health policy in the UK