Learning Psychotherapy Rationale and Ground Rules
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Description: Hilde Bruch sets out to accomplish what has, until now, been virtually impossible - the teaching of psychotherapy by use of the written word, communicating the wisdom of a lifetime. Perhaps Dr. Bruch's unique success at a task that has been tried and tried again, only to result in stereotyped do's and don'ts, stems from her own learning experiences with two great teachers: Harry Stack Sullivan and Frieda Fromm-Reichmann. Dr. Bruch shares her knowledge of the essential purpose of intensive psychotherapy as it has been shaped over her many years as a psychiatrist, psychoanalyst, and teacher. She sets forth a theoretical frame in straightforward and unmystical language without minimizing the complexities of demand that therapy makes on both patient and therapist. The reader accompanies the therapist from his first encounter with the stranger who comes to him with his trouble through the various steps that lead to the resolution of the problems. The patient is viewed as a participant in a multifaceted system of many experiences and people, not as an individual isolated from the world around him. In Dr. Bruch's conception, psychotherapy is a situation where two people interact and try to come to an understanding of one another, with the specific goal of accomplishing something beneficial for the complaining person. The factors that help or hinder the attainment of this interaction are spelled out in the book, and the entire process of learning psychotherapy is thereby illumination.
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Copyright year: 1974
Publisher: Harvard University Press
Publication date: 10/15/1980
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.50" long x 0.50" tall
|When Strangers Meet First Reactions Assessment of a Stranger|
|Keeping the Interview Going Social Amenities Living Conditions|
|Formal Professional Arrangements|
|The Fee A Literary Example|
|Personality in the Making Psychoanalytic|
|Theory Misuse of Terminology|
|The Interpersonal Theory of Psychiatry Modern Studies of Early Development|
|Theory and Therapy|
|The World Around Contact with Relatives and Associates|
|Therapeutic Involvement of the Family Family|
|Interference Aloofness from the Family Hospitalization Medication|
|The Patient Speaks Fears and Expectations Previous|
|Therapy Style of Communication Nonverbal Communication Dreams Art Work|
|On Talking and Listening|
|The Beginner's Dilemma Theoretical Concepts|
|The Therapist's Style History Taking|
|Exploring Feelings Defining the Relationship|
|On Teaching and Learning Grand Rounds|
|Electronic Teaching Aids Individual Supervision Styles of Supervision|
|Interactional Patterns Developing Self-Awareness Unstated Messages Supervision as Therapy|
|The Therapeutic Experience The Case of the Former Nun|
|The Doctor-Patient Relationship|
|The Hostile Patient Sexual Problems Working Through|
|Indications of Progress Termination|
|The Next Step Therapy for Therapists|
|Some Books Last Words|