Guide to Integral Psychotherapy A

Guide to Integral Psychotherapy  A Author Mark D. Forman
ISBN-10 1438430256
Release 2012-02
Pages 340
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A therapist's guide to psychotherapy, spirituality, and self-development.

Integral Psychotherapy

Integral Psychotherapy Author R. Elliott Ingersoll
ISBN-10 9781438433530
Release 2010-08-01
Pages 400
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Introduces integral psychotherapy to scholars, practicing psychotherapists, and general readers.

The Integral Intake

The Integral Intake Author Andre Marquis
ISBN-10 9781135907013
Release 2012-05-22
Pages 318
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Using formal assessment instruments in counseling and psychotherapy is an efficient and systematic way to obtain information about clients and to subsequently tailor a counseling approach most likely to serve clients optimally. The more information a counselor obtains during the initial interview and first sessions, the more likely the client will be deeply understood by the counselor, which in turn increases the likelihood that an appropriate course of counseling will be taken, and ultimately leading to a more successful outcome. The Integral Intake is an idiographic, biographical, multidimensional assessment instrument based upon the Integral Psychology pioneered by Ken Wilber. From the perspective of Integral theory, comprehensive and holistic conceptualization of clients seeking counseling and psychotherapy includes knowledge of four distinct perspectives (quadrants) of each client: the client’s experience (the individual viewed subjectively/from within), the client’s behavior (the client viewed objectively/from without), the client’s culture (the client’s system viewed subjectively/from within), and the client’s social system (the client’s system viewed objectively/from without). The intake form is designed to provide the practitioner with a range of background information that can then be used to more quickly and effectively formulate a counseling/treatment approach. The assessment form and accompanying materials will be included on a companion CD, formatted to be printed and reproduced for use with each new client. The book will provide an overview of the Integral Psychology model, describe the development of the assessment form and its use, and provide general guidelines for the evaluation of responses and planning for an appropriate counseling approach. A series of case examples, based on actual completed intake forms, will provide insight into the use of the Integral Intake.

Essential Wholeness

Essential Wholeness Author Eric Lyleson
ISBN-10 9781452528212
Release 2015-05-07
Pages 408
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Offering a unique perspective on the Enneagram, Essential Wholeness describes the how human beings grow and evolve from biological, psychological, cultural, mythological and spiritual perspectives. It reveals the underlying patterns that inform these diverse disciplines and provides therapists, coaches and self-helpers an effective guide for therapeutic change and spiritual awakening. Advance Praise for Essential Wholeness “Eric somehow manages to distil a lifetime of experience, spiritual practice, and psychological learning into a very accessible, comprehensive model of human psychology and behavior. Not since Ken Wilber have I read such a concise and useful synthesis of psychology, spirituality, and ecology. I find it incredibly useful in my work as a therapist and as a guide on my own spiritual journey.” —Richard Chambers, PhD, Clinical Psychologist Co- author of ‘Mindful Learning’ “Essential Wholeness is a living, breathing book that has opened up the vast potential healing impact of my work with clients. Lyleson offers us his life’s work, drawing deeply and compassionately from thirty years of clinical work and his direct experience to offer a highly original contribution to the way we understand change and the experiences of being human. This book travails a vast territory, from cutting edge scientific thought to the wisdom traditions, challenging the reader to continually open to deeper and deeper levels of understanding and insight. This book is like no other that I have read and presents a clear way forward in my evolution as a therapist.” —Justin Denes, MAASW, Accredited Mental Health Social Worker “Essential Wholeness provides a blueprint for understanding and working with the complexity of human nature and behavior. It is an inspiring and valuable resource for therapists and anyone interested in the dynamics of personal transformation.” —Peter Chown, Psychologist. Consultant, NSW Centre for Advancement of Adolescent Health; Specialist Consultant, Adolescent Health, World Health Organization

The Reality Game

The Reality Game Author John Rowan
ISBN-10 9781317355069
Release 2016-05-05
Pages 262
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In the years since it was first published, The Reality Game has become a classic text. For all those training and practising in humanistic and integrative psychotherapy it is an essential guide to good practice, and an excellent introduction to the skills used in individual and group therapy. This new edition has been updated to take into account changes in the field and John Rowan's own work, while still providing guidance on establishing and developing the relationship between counsellor and client, and covering: assessment; the initial interview; the opening session; aims; transference; resistance and supervision. With the student’s needs always at the forefront, this extensively revised new edition responds to the questions most often asked by trainees in these disciplines, and includes discussions of ethics and new chapters on transpersonal psychology, and on dialogical self-theory. It will be a must read for psychotherapists and counsellors in practice and training especially those involved in humanistic and integrative psychotherapy.

Theoretical Models of Counseling and Psychotherapy

Theoretical Models of Counseling and Psychotherapy Author Kevin A. Fall
ISBN-10 9781135846398
Release 2011-01-19
Pages 530
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This text provides a comprehensive overview of a variety of major counseling theories and focuses on the integration of different theoretical models. Appropriate for advanced undergraduates and graduate students, it offers a detailed description of the philosophical basis for each theory, along with historical context and a biography of the founder. Each chapter follows a similar format and explores the main features of the theory, including its approach to and ideas on personality development, human nature, the role of environment, the change process in therapy, and contributions and limitations to the mental health field. Theory-specific information on diagnosis, psychopharmacology, multicultural issues, spirituality, and gender issues is also discussed. These features will provide students with a deeper and more complete understanding of counseling theory than is available in any single resource and allow them to easily bridge classroom study to their future practice. This second edition of the text has been completely updated and includes more case examples, as well as a new chapter on Constructivist approaches. An online instructor’s manual with student resources is available and offers material to enhance the pedagogical features of the text.

Hakomi Mindfulness Centered Somatic Psychotherapy A Comprehensive Guide to Theory and Practice

Hakomi Mindfulness Centered Somatic Psychotherapy  A Comprehensive Guide to Theory and Practice Author Halko Weiss
ISBN-10 9780393710731
Release 2015-05-25
Pages 432
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The authoritative text on Hakomi methods, theory, and practice. Hakomi is an integrative method that combines Western psychology and body-centered techniques with mindfulness principles from Eastern psychology. This book, written and edited by members of the Hakomi Institute— the world’s leading professional training program for Hakomi practitioners—and by practitioners and teachers from across the globe, introduces all the processes and practices that therapists need in order to begin to use this method with clients. The authors detail Hakomi's unique integration of body psychotherapy, mindfulness, and the Eastern philosophical principle of non-violence, grounding leading-edge therapeutic technique in an attentiveness to the whole person and their capacity for transformation.

Mastering Resistance

Mastering Resistance Author Carol M. Anderson
ISBN-10 0898620449
Release 1983
Pages 259
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Resistance--any attitude or behavior of the therapist, patient, or system that resists change--is integral to every therapeutic relationship. Family therapists are all too familiar with challenges to their professional credentials, families' reluctance to convene for treatment, cancellations, rejection of therapy, requests to exclude a family member, and numerous other maneuvers that frustrate therapeutic goals. Mastering Resistance presents concrete, accessible strategies for coping directly with specific, commonly encountered problems of resistance. Moreover, it demonstrates how resistance can effectively be used to foster a stronger therapist-client alliance.

Grup Psikoterapisinin Teori ve Pratigi

Grup Psikoterapisinin Teori ve Pratigi Author Irvin D. Yalom
ISBN-10 9758240455
Release 2000-01-01
Pages 664
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Grup Psikoterapisinin Teori ve Pratigi has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Grup Psikoterapisinin Teori ve Pratigi also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Grup Psikoterapisinin Teori ve Pratigi book for free.

Time limited Dynamic Psychotherapy

Time limited Dynamic Psychotherapy Author Hanna Levenson
ISBN-10 UOM:39015034867591
Release 1995
Pages 286
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Ten years ago, Hans Strupp and Jeffrey Binder’s Psychotherapy in a New Key introduced a powerful, empirically tested model of brief psychotherapy that has proven highly successful and changed the practice of psychotherapy forever. But until now, there has been no follow-up publication to make the model come alive. With this book, Hanna Levenson draws on her extensive experience with time-limited dynamic psychotherapy to let readers see the therapy in action.In this era of managed care and limited insurance reimbursement for therapy, many clients are receiving brief therapy treatment. can therapists adjust to these new pressures for efficiency without feeling as if they have to choose between good therapy and brief therapy? Time-limited dynamic psychotherapy provides a state-of-the-art model of treatment that incorporates current developments in psychoanalytic, interpersonal, object-relations, and self psychology theories, as well as cognitive-behavioral and systems approaches. This flexible approach to brief therapy is designed to treat people with long-standing dysfunctional relationships. This book emphasizes identification of interpersonal difficulties and teaches a method of focusing therapy that is behaviorally based and explicit.In a highly original approach, Levenson presents detailed transcripts not only of model cases but also for students discussing those cases with her, taken from a videotape of her class. A spirited forum on the techniques and aims of time-limited dynamic psychotherapy emerges, adding a depth and richness not usually found in casebooks. This thoughtful, important companion volume to Strupp and Binder’s book will gain a broad following as therapists seek to practice therapy that is effective, efficient, and empirically based.

Understanding Psychopathology

Understanding Psychopathology Author R. Elliott Ingersoll
ISBN-10 0131594389
Release 2014-06-08
Pages 624
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"Understanding Psychopathology: An Integral Exploration" provides an up-to-date, honest, comprehensive exploration of what we know about the causes of, and treatments for, mental disorders from psychological, (neuro)biological, cultural, and social perspectives. With an accessible style of writing, the authors present the theories of etiology for each disorder from each perspective, examinations of the treatments for each, and real-world case studies to make the concepts clear. Readers get a solid understanding of the history of DSM-5 and why it alone is not enough to write a rich clinical picture of a client's suffering. Disorders covered include Depression, Anxiety, Substance Use Disorders, Schizophrenia, Bipolar I Disorder, Sexual Disorders, Psychological trauma, Eating Disorders, and Sleep Wake Disorders. Features that make this text unique include: Introductory chapters that introduce students not just to DSM-5 but to the DC-03R, the Psychodynamic Diagnostic Manual, the International Classification of Diseases (ICD), and the National Institute of Mental Health's Research Domain Criteria (RDoc), that in 2013 displaced DSM as the guide to NIMH research.Comprehensive literature reviews of each disorder.Discussions of treatments, including misconceptions about various treatments.Clear, understandable language that an educated layperson would understand.Succinct snapshots of theories of etiology and treatments for each disorder;Illustrative case studies.A look at the moral dimensions of suffering and the moral imperatives inherent in treatment.

Humanistic Psychology a Guide to Information Sources

Humanistic Psychology  a Guide to Information Sources Author Gloria B. Gottsegen
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105037447328
Release 1980-01-01
Pages 185
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Approximately 700 annotated references to periodicals, monographs, and organizatiions, with emphasis on the areas of education, business, health services, and social services. Classified arrangement in 11 chapters. Author, subject, title indexes.

The Journal of Transpersonal Psychology

The Journal of Transpersonal Psychology Author
ISBN-10 NWU:35556038712261
Release 2005
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The Journal of Transpersonal Psychology has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from The Journal of Transpersonal Psychology also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full The Journal of Transpersonal Psychology book for free.

A Guide to Functional Analytic Psychotherapy

A Guide to Functional Analytic Psychotherapy Author Mavis Tsai
ISBN-10 9780387097879
Release 2008-10-25
Pages 240
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For more than two decades, Functional Analytic Psychotherapy has brought new meaning – and new meaningfulness – to client/therapist relationships. And clients with disorders as varied as depression, PTSD, and fibromyalgia have benefited from its nuanced, curative power. In A Guide to Functional Analytic Psychotherapy, originators Robert Kohlenberg and Mavis Tsai join with other FAP practitioners to present a clinical framework, addressing points of convergence and divergence with other behavior therapies. Tracing FAP’s emerging evidence base, it takes readers through the deep complexities and possibilities of the therapeutic bond. And the attention to mindfulness and the self makes maximum clinical use of the uniqueness of every client – and every therapist.

Integral Psychology

Integral Psychology Author Ken Wilber
ISBN-10 1570625042
Release 1999
Pages 742
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Volume Four of this collection offers an up-to-date statement on transpersonal psychology. Its 31 essays and interviews include previously unpublished manuscripts. An introduction and charts correlate developmental and evolutionary theories ranging from mystical traditions to modern theories.


WAKING UP Author Keith Witt
ISBN-10 9780595619023
Release 2008-07-07
Pages 524
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This book is a transmission from a gifted therapist. His generosity and comprehensive sharing in this book can be a rich guide to anyone fascinated with their own and other's development. Marlene Z. Roberts, MA, MFT, is the cofounder of the Anapamu Counseling Center and is a psychotherapist, hypnotherapist and credentialed teacher. Psychotherapy is co-creative art. Therapists and clients create healing cultures. Dr. Witt takes us into the minds of therapists and into psychotherapy sessions where multiple perspectives and dozens of techniques come alive. We feel the pleasures of helping individuals and couples wake up to greater joy, health, and intimacy.

Getting the Best Out of Supervision in Counselling Psychotherapy

Getting the Best Out of Supervision in Counselling   Psychotherapy Author Mary Creaner
ISBN-10 9781446297155
Release 2013-12-10
Pages 192
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Getting the Best Out of Counselling & Psychotherapy Supervision does exactly what it says on the tin! Supervision is an essential part of counselling training and ensuring you know exactly how to get the very most out of supervision is important, whatever their level of study. Exploring how to begin, maintain and end a supervisory learning relationship in the context of existing theory and best practice guidelines, the author will introduce your trainees to: Models and forms of supervision The skills informing good supervision What to expect from supervision Key professional issues in supervision Written in a lively and engaging style, this book will enable both supervisors and supervisees to get the best they can from the supervisory experience.