Short-Term Therapy Techniques
A study showing the rewards of therapy by removing a patient's defences; and by encouraging them, with the therapist's help, to face painful issues such as fear of intimacy, loss, long-term depression, and sexual disfunction. A commentary critiques the interaction and explores responses.
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- Hardback | 354 pages
- 144 x 221 x 31mm | 540g
- 01 Jul 1997
- Jason Aronson Inc. Publishers
- Northvale NJ, United States
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'Short-Term Therapy Techniques is a classic text for training in dynamic psychotherapy. It builds on standard approaches and also illuminates the weaknesses of longer-term treatments. Of particular importance for the field of behavioral health care are the demystifying of the therapeutic process and the analysis of the use of video technology. This is at once a terrifically clear how-to manual and an elegant treatise that will help advance psychodynamic therapy.'--Daniel Lieberman, M.D.