3 edition of Psychodynamic therapy found in the catalog.
Richard F. Summers
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Richard F. Summers, Jacques P. Barber.|
|Contributions||Barber, Jacques P., 1954-|
|LC Classifications||RC489.P72 S86 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009029455|
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This expanded and updated edition of a widely-used, practical guide to psychodynamic psychotherapy provides material that readers can apply immediately in their treatment of patients.
It is built around a unique and proven approach that clearly teaches psychodynamic psychotherapy using three key steps - listening, reflecting, and by: Essential Psychodynamic Psychotherapy: An Acquired Art is an introduction to how to think and work psychodynamically.
It is written primarily for those training at a postgraduate level in psychoanalysis and psychodynamic psychotherapy, but reaches well beyond that by: 2. Excellent book on the technique of psychodynamic psychotherapy. The author focuses on specific aspects of transference, exploring them in depth.
One of the few times I have seen case studies presented that are relevant to the material and do not simply serve to glorify the therapist/5(10). In Psychodynamic therapy book book.
Psychodynamic Therapy: A Guide to Evidence-based Practice, Richard Summers and Jacques Barber have done a perfect job accomplishing an almost impossible task. They have united a practical approach to psychodynamic psychotherapy with great intellectual depth with regard to Cited by: "Since the publication of the first edition, this wonderful book has been the most valuable single volume on psychodynamic group therapy.
Our culture has changed at a staggering rate; the fifth edition takes into account the impact of social media, public policy, and /5(5). “Summers and Barber have gathered a series of eloquent and detailed cases that illustrate and enrich the approach elaborated in their earlier book, Psychodynamic Therapy: A Guide to Evidence-Based Practice.
In this casebook, contributing authors openly share their clinical experience in a personal and candid fashion, offering a window into the very private relationships that develop between therapists /5(10).
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Concise guide to psychodynamic psychotherapy: principles and techniques of brief, intermittent, and long-term psychodynamic psychotherapy / Robert J. Ursano, Stephen M.
Sonnenberg, Susan G. Lazar.—3rd ed. ; cm. — (Concise guides / American Psychiatric Publishing) Includes bibliographical references and index. Psychodynamic therapy focuses on unconscious processes as they are manifested in the client's present behavior.
The goals of psychodynamic therapy are client self-awareness and understanding of the influence of the past on present behavior. Psychodynamic psychotherapy offers people a chance to create new ways of thinking and behaving in order to improve the quality of their lives.
This book offers a practical, step-by-step guide to the technique of psychodynamic psychotherapy, with instruction on /5. “This book is the first-ever evidence-based psychodynamic psychotherapy treatment manual for clinicians working with people with anorexia nervosa. It was written by leading experts in brief psychodynamic psychotherapy and in clinical management and research into psychobiology of anorexia nervosa.
The book follows an easy-to-read approach and touches almost all aspects of Motivational Psychodynamic therapy book. Besides facilitating psychotherapy, this book is also a recommended read for professionals working as leaders, managers, or corporate recruiters.
Find the book on Amazon. 4 Must-Have Books for Couples Therapy. Readers from countries and territories around the world have saved $92, on 1, FREE downloads of classic psychotherapy books. I like this book in principle and the ideas it stirs up, but the method is too behavioral.
If you follow the method properly, you are keeping A decent read and adequate model of short term therapy. His goal is to find the core relationships and the common themes that come up in them/5.
Essential Psychodynamic Psychotherapy: An Acquired Art provides an essential, accessible grounding in current psychodynamic theory and practice for a wide range of trainees, it offers a very useful toolset to help them make the transition from purely theoretical training to the uncharted territory of clinical practice/5.
Psychodynamic therapy is similar to psychoanalytic therapy in that it is an in-depth form of talk therapy based on the theories and principles of psychoanalysis.
But psychodynamic therapy is less. Excerpt Psychodynamic psychotherapy refers not to a single treatment, but rather—like cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT)—to a family of therapies embedded in a shared model of mental functioning.
Psychodynamic therapy involves the interpretation of mental and emotional processes rather than focusing on behavior (Gad, ). Psychodynamic therapists attempt to help clients find patterns in their emotions, thoughts, and beliefs in order to gain insight into their current self.
Psychodynamic therapy, also known as insight-oriented therapy, focuses on unconscious processes as they are manifested in a person's present behavior.
The goals of psychodynamic therapy are a cli. Contemporary Psychodynamic Psychotherapy: Evolving Clinical Practice covers the latest applications of psychodynamic therapy for a range of clinical issues, including depression, anxiety, psychosis, borderline personality and discusses psychodynamic practice as an evidence-based therapy, providing reviews of outcome and process research.
This is a book about change in psychodynamic psychotherapy. It puts change at the centre of the therapeutic enterprise and explores how the process of change can be understood from a variety of perspectives within the psychodynamic tradition.
Psychodynamic psychotherapy offers people a chance to create new ways of thinking and behaving in order to improve the quality of their lives. This book offers a practical, step-by-step guide to the technique of psychodynamic psychotherapy, with instruction on listening, reflecting, and intervening.
It will systematically take the reader from. Psychodynamic Psychotherapy is the first book designed to teach therapists how to listen and intervene from multiple perspectives. Through study and analysis of session transcripts, the reader can learn how to listen and formulate interpretations from four different perspectives: reflection, analysis of conflict, analysis of transference, and analysis of defense.5/5(1).
Contemporary Psychodynamic Psychotherapy: Evolving Clinical Practice covers the latest applications of psychodynamic therapy for a range of clinical issues, including depression, anxiety, psychosis, borderline personality and trauma.
It discusses psychodynamic practice as an evidence-based therapy, providing reviews of outcome and process research. Psychodynamic therapy is the kind of talk therapy many people imagine when they think of psychological treatment for 's because the image of Author: Joseph Saling.
Michael C. Ashton, in Individual Differences and Personality (Second Edition), Psychodynamic psychotherapy. In psychodynamic psychotherapy (e.g., Shedler, ), the clinician tries to help the patient to express his or her emotions, including emotions that he or she might find troubling or clinician also tries to help the patient identify recurring patterns in his.
All brief therapies, not just brief psychodynamic psychotherapy (BPP), evolved from psychoanalytic roots. Freud reported on psychoanalytic therapies that lasted 1 week (Katherine), 7 weeks (Emmy von N), and 9 weeks (Lucie R) and the cure of Gustav Mahler’s impotence in a single, 4-hour session (Breuer and Freud –; Jones ).Freud’s followers defined and formally introduced the.
The book discusses the techniques used for conducting psychodynamic psychotherapy, such as free association, and notes that transference feelings help discover important relationships in a patient's life and countertransference helps therapists to diagnose and treat : Wiley.
Presenting a pragmatic, evidence-based approach to conducting psychodynamic therapy, this engaging guide is firmly grounded in contemporary clinical practice and research. The book reflects an openness to new influences on dynamic technique, such as cognitive-behavioral therapy and positive psychology.
It offers a fresh understanding of the most common problems for which patients. Allen, F. () The Beginning Phase Of Therapy (pp) in Child Psychotherapy: Practice And Theory, Mary Haworth (ed) New York: Basic Books Bleiberg, E., Fonagy, P. and Target, M. () Child Psychoanalysis: Critical Overview and a Proposed Reconsideration in Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics or North America Vol 6, No.
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Praise for Psychodynamic Psychotherapy: A Clinical Manual "This book has a more practical, hands-on, active learning approach than existing books on psychodynamic therapy." Bob Bornstein, co-editor of Principles of Psychotherapy; Adelphi University, NY/5(21).
Psychodynamic therapy is psychoanalytic for the most part and makes assumptions about how the mind works that are based on psychoanalytic theory.
But the technique is radically different from a traditional psychoanalysis treatment. It is brief—15 sessions would not be unusual—and often similar in number of sessions to CBT. It is mostly. Individual psychodynamic psychotherapy is a process of self discovery that takes place in the interaction between you and a trained therapist.
Over a series of meetings you will begin to open up about yourself and your life and will begin to gain access to feelings and understandings that have not.
History of Psychodynamic Theory. The History of Psychodynamic Theory. Anna O a patient of Dr. Joseph Breuer (Freud's mentor and friend) from to suffered from hysteria. In Breuer and his assistant, Sigmund Freud, wrote a book, Studies on Hysteria. In it they explained their theory: Every hysteria is the result of a traumatic.
The thirst to understand, to "know thyself," is as strong as ever-despite managed care's demands, society's "quick fix" mentality, and psychopharmacology's remarkable progress-and goes a long way toward explaining the continued popularity of long-term psychodynamic psychotherapy.4/5.
This book from neurologist Oliver Sacks is a great read for both psychology students and a general interest audience. The author explores clinical stories of patients who suffer from neurological disorders, offering an engaging and thoughtful look at neurological problems.
While some psychology books are targeted at an audience with an. The fourth edition of Psychodynamic Psychiatry in Clinical Practice details the theory of psychodynamic psychotherapy and the adaptation of psychodynamic thinking to specific disorders.
As such, it is an ideal companion to Dr. Gabbard's Long-Term Psychodynamic Psychotherapy: A Basic Text, which details the techniques of dynamic psychotherapy.5/5(3). Psychodynamic psychotherapy relies on the interpersonal relationship between client and therapist more than other forms of depth psychology.
In terms of approach, this form of therapy uses psychoanalysis adapted to a less intensive style of working, usually at a frequency of once or twice per : D.
Donald K. Freedheim, PhD, is professor emeritus of psychology at Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio. He is a past president of APA's Division 29 (Psychotherapy), and he edited the Division's journal, Psychotherapy. Dr. Freedheim also edited the first edition of History of Psychotherapy () and co-edited the second edition in He is the founding editor of the APA .CHAPTER Methods of Treatment CHAPTER OUTLINE TYPES OF HELPING PROFESSIONALS PSYCHOTHERAPY – Psychodynamic Therapy Behavior Therapy Humanistic Therapy Cognitive Therapy Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Used by permission of Turtle bay Books, a division of Random House, Inc.
Illustrated throughout with clinical vignettes, this book is a comprehensive guide to psychodynamic brief counselling and psychotherapy. It is ideal for those looking for a practical introduction to the subject. Following a summary of the roots and development of psychoanalytic theory, psychodynamic models of brief, short-term and time-limited work are s: 1.