- Häftad (Paperback / softback)
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- New ed
- Jason Aronson Inc. Publishers
- Segal, Zindel V.
- black & white illustrations
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- 450 g
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This volume is a poignant rejoinder to those who believe cognitive-behavioral therapies lack emotional immediacy or fail to utilize the therapeutic relationship. It defines a cognitive-behavioral approach to interpersonal issues that employs a sharp focus on therapist-patient interactions. -- Aaron T. Beck M.D., professor of psychiatry, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine Safran and Segal have written an important and timely book. Equally at home in cognitive and interpersonal psychotherapy, they contribute significantly to the growing rapprochement between two major theoretical orientations and sets of techniques. Forward-looking theorists, therapists, and researchers are becoming united in assigning centrality to the therapeutic relationship and the experiential aspects of all therapeutic approaches. This excellent book clearly contributes materially to progress in this area. -- Hans Strupp, Distinguished Professor of Psychology, Vanderbilt University
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Jeremy D. Safran, Ph.D., is Professor of Psychology at the New School for Social Research in Manhattan. He is co-author of the book Emotion in Psychotherapy, and co-editor of the book Emotion, Psychotherapy and Change. Dr. Safran has published numerous theoretical and empirical articles on the therapeutic relationship and other aspects of the herapeutic process, and serves on the editorial boards of several journals including Psychotherapy Research and In Session: Psychotherapy in Practice. He also maintains a part-time practice in Manhattan. Zindel V. Segal, Ph.D., is head of the Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Unit at Clarke Institute of Psychiatry and Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Psychology at the University of Toronto. His most recent book is The Self in Emotional Distress (co-authored with Sidney J. Blatt). His research interests are in the areas of experimental cognition and psychopathology, especially the study of psychological risk to relapse in major depression. Dr. Segal is currently involved in the development of a treatment manual for depressive relapse prevention that combines elements of cognitive behavior therapy with mindfulness meditative practice. An active cognitive therapy teacher and supervisor, he directed Clarke Institute's CPA/APA Internship Program from 1990 to 1993.
Part 1 Part I. Theory Chapter 2 The Cognitive-Behavioral Perspective on the Therapeutic Relationship Chapter 3 Technical and Relationship Factors in Therapy Chapter 4 A Theoretical Model for Integration Part 5 Part II. Practice Chapter 6 Experiential Disconfirmation and Decentering: I.Out-of-Session Focus Chapter 7 Experiential Disconfirmation and Decentering: II. In-Session Focus Chapter 8 Accessing Action-Disposition Information Chapter 9 General Clinical Issues Chapter 10 Patient Selection for Short-Term Cognitive Therapy Chapter 11 Conclusion