This one-of-a-kind textbook emphasizes integrative interviewing and brief therapy approaches. It also includes a multitude of counselor-client dialogues that demonstrate successful, tried-and-true strategies. In order to make learning more effective for students, the book contains a gradient that presents strategies progressing from simple to complex.
Table of Contents
PART I: BACKGROUND
CHAPTER 1: Sigmund Freud and Carl Rogers: Differing Pioneering Psychotherapeutic Philosophies
CHAPTER 2: Milton Erickson and Abraham Maslow: Related Wellness Perspectives
PART II: INTEGRATED APPROACHES
CHAPTER 3: Eliciting Therapeutic Conversations
CHAPTER 4: Two Indispensable Stances: Amplification and Empathy
CHAPTER 5: Two Early Strategies: Joining and Pretreatment Changes
CHAPTER 6: Seven Major Integrative Strategies: Reframing, Exception-Oriented Questions, Circular Questioning, Miracle Question, Externalization of the Problem, Relative Influence Questioning, and Conversational Questions
CHAPTER 7: Involuntary Client Situations: Court Ordered, Spouse Ordered, Parent Ordered
PART III: INTEGRATIVE NECESSITIES
CHAPTER 8: The DSMs and Speaking Two Different "Languages": Pathology and Wellness
PART IV: INTEGRATIVE RULES AND PHILOSOPHICAL ASSUMPTIONS
CHAPTER 9: Ten Useful Rules and Ten Philosophical Assumptions for Beginning Counselors
CHAPTER 10: Epilogue
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$58.99 | ISBN-13: 978-0-205-61409-7