Solution Focused Cognitive And Systemic Therapy

Author: Luc Isebaert
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1317195124
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Solution-Focused Cognitive and Systemic Therapy: The Bruges Model is the first book in English to lay out the Bruges Model, a meta-model that incorporates solution-focused therapy in an analysis of the therapeutic alliance and common factors that account for the majority of the efficacy of any therapeutic endeavor. This book is divided into three parts, covering each of the common factors: client factors, therapist and relationship factors, and placebo factors. Each part summarizes the state of our theoretical knowledge, then dives into specific clinical and educational applications in specific populations and contexts.

Solution Focused Brief Therapy With Clients Managing Trauma

Author: Adam Froerer
Editor: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0190678801
Size: 20,97 MB
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The topic of trauma has been covered in many books, and there are many publications covering the use of SFBT in different settings and with varied client populations. However, the convergence of these topics has, to date, been covered only minutely. Solution-Focused Brief Therapy with Clients Managing Trauma is a comprehensive overview of how Solution Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT) can be used as a treatment approach for working with clients managing various forms of trauma. It includes an overview of SFBT's basic tenets, a description of the current research supporting SFBT as an evidence-based practice, and a comparison of how SFBT clinicians may approach trauma cases differently than clinicians from other therapeutic approaches. The bulk of the text uniquely includes chapters contributed by skilled SFBT clinicians, with differing clinical expertise, sharing their knowledge and describing their strength-based, resiliency focus of applying SFBT in different traumatic circumstances. Practitioners and even Master's/doctoral students will find this text invaluable in learning how to best help traumatized clients develop a positive future and move toward healing and health.

The Concept Of Race And Psychotherapy

Author: Jefferson M. Fish
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9781441975768
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Is our society color-blind? Trans-racial? Post-racial? And what—if anything—should this mean to professionals in clinical practice with diverse clients? The ambitious volume The Concept of Race and Psychotherapy probes these questions, compelling readers to look differently at their clients (and themselves), and offering a practical framework for more effective therapy. By tracing the racial “folk taxonomies” of eight cultures in the Americas and the Caribbean, the author elegantly defines race as a fluid construct, dependent on local social, political, and historical context for meaning but meaningless in the face of science. This innovative perspective informs the rest of the book, which addresses commonly held assumptions about problem behavior and the desire to change, and presents a social-science-based therapy model, applicable to a wide range of current approaches, that emphasizes both cultural patterns and client uniqueness. Among the highlights of the coverage: Common elements in therapy and healing across cultures. The psychological appeal of racial concepts despite scientific evidence to the contrary. Lessons psychology can learn from anthropology. Three types of therapeutic relationships, with strategies for working effectively in each. The phenomenon of discontinuous change in brief therapy. Solution-focused therapy from a cross-cultural perspective. Thought-provoking reading for psychologists, psychiatrists, clinical social workers, and other mental health professionals as well as graduate students in these fields, The Concept of Race and Psychotherapy affirms the individuality—and the interconnectedness—of every client.

Solution Focused Therapy

Author: Bill O'Connell
Editor: SAGE
ISBN: 9781412903295
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This edition has been fully revised and updated and includes new sections on solution-focused supervision and running a solution-focused reflecting team. The author has also incorporated material for use by clients, including the 'empowered client practice points'.

Interviewing For Solutions

Author: Peter De Jong
Editor: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 111172220X
Size: 15,33 MB
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Peter DeJong and Insoo Kim Berg's INTERVIEWING FOR SOLUTIONS features a proven, solutions-oriented approach to basic interviewing that views clients as competent, helps them to visualize the changes they want, and builds on what they are already doing that works. Throughout the book, the authors present models for solution-focused work, illustrated by examples and supported by research. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Marriage And Family Therapy

Author: Linda Metcalf
Editor: Springer Publishing Company
ISBN: 0826106811
Size: 11,56 MB
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This practical textbook helps students in marriage and family programmes, as well as practicing marriage and family therapists, understand and apply a variety of the most popular family therapy models.

Becoming An Effective Supervisor

Author: Jane Campbell
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 113505830X
Size: 17,22 MB
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A practical, hands-on workbook, Becoming an Effective Supervisor neatly fills the gap in supervision resources available to mental health practitioners. The workbook is designed to help clinical counselors and therapists create effective supervision programs of their own, and to address the individual needs of their students. The leading contemporary models of supervision are discussed, as well as the necessary components of a successful supervision curriculum. A framework is then provided for counselors and therapists to develop a personalized and highly effective supervisory style to implement with their own students. The unique exploration exercises in each chapter allow readers to actively integrate the information provided, and to apply these lessons and skills to their own supervisory experiences. Students too will benefit from her concise examination of the theories, applications, and goals of the supervision process. Along with a discussion of the ethical, legal, and multicultural issues faced by clinical supervisors, practical analyses and applications ensure that this book will be a valued addition to any clinical counseling or therapy library.

Case Studies In Couple And Family Therapy

Author: Frank M. Dattilio
Editor: Guilford Publications
ISBN: 9781572302976
Size: 20,55 MB
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This volume features case presentations by many of the most distinguished practitioners of couple and family therapy, bringing to life the full spectrum of contemporary approaches in the field. Selected to illuminate the process and goals of each approach and to allow readers to listen in on highly skilled therapists at work, these exemplary cases serve together as a uniquely practical clinical resource for therapists and students. Exploring the role that cognitive-behavioral strategies may play within contemporary systems approaches, editor Frank M. Dattilio annotates the cases throughout with concise recommendations on how cognitive principles might usefully be called upon at specific points. Candid responses from contributors consider the benefits of Dattilio's suggestions and further elucidate each practitioner's own decision-making process. This volume will be of use to practitioners and students of couple and family therapy from a range of orientations.

Therapy Skills For Healthcare

Author: Caroline Forrest
Editor: M&K Update Ltd
ISBN: 1907830588
Size: 19,82 MB
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Aimed at all health professionals regardless of their clinical setting, Brief Therapy addresses the patient’s needs, physical, mental and emotional. Usually, nurses and doctors deal with the practical aspects of healthcare, such as prescribing medication and carrying out tests. Meanwhile, mental health professionals consider separately whether patients need a counsellor or psychiatrist. This book offers a new holistic approach, which transcends such organisational and professional divisions for the good of the patient. Most importantly, Brief Therapy is a method of intervening early, in order to prevent long- term problems setting in. The stigma and pain of mental illness can be significantly reduced by explaining and treating patients’ symptoms in the context of their lives. Essentially, this book is for any health professional who feels that psychological care is important and who wants to build on skills that will improve their effectiveness with patients.

Play And Performance

Author: Carrie Lobman
Editor: University Press of America
ISBN: 0761855327
Size: 18,80 MB
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Play and Performance offers hope to those lamenting the loss of play in the twenty-first century and aims to broaden the understanding of what play is. This volume showcases the work of programs from early childhood through adulthood, in a variety of educational and therapeutic settings, and from a range of theoretical and practical perspectives. The chapters cover an array of practices that can be seen across the play to performance continuum. Taken together, the myriad ways that play is performance and performance is play become clear, sometimes blurring the need for distinction. The volume provides play advocates, researchers and practitioners a wealth of practical and theoretical ideas for expanding the use of performance as a tool for creating playful environments where children and adults can create and develop.