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Enchantment And Intervention In Family Therapy

Author : Stephen R. Lankton
ISBN : 9781317772842
Genre : Psychology
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First published in 1986. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Tales Of Enchantment

Author : Carol H. Lankton
ISBN : 9781134847709
Genre : Psychology
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Published in 1989, Tales of Enchantment is a valuable contribution to the field of Psychotherapy.

Developing Ericksonian Therapy

Author : Jeffrey K. Zeig
ISBN : 9781134847495
Genre : Psychology
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Published in 1988, Developing Ericksonian Therapy is a valuable contribution to the field of Psychotherapy.

Extrapolations

Author : Stephen R. Lankton
ISBN : 9781134850570
Genre : Psychology
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First Published in 1990. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Crisis Counseling For A Quality School

Author : Larry Palmatier
ISBN : 9781135058975
Genre : Psychology
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The theory of crisis counselling put forward in this book is applied to the following situations: drug and alcohol abuse; depression and suicide; physical and sexual abuse; social and discipline problems; lateness; encopresis and enuresis; fear, teariness, inactivity, fury and impulsiveness; violence and conflicts; children of divorced and foster families; loss and grief; war and disasters; parents in crisis; homelessness, crack kids and AIDS children; and defiance, inter-racial tensions and cross-cultural conflicts.

The Handbook Of Constructive Therapies

Author : Michael F. Hoyt
ISBN : UOM:39015058283105
Genre : Psychology
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The Handbook of Constructive Therapies provides a highly practical guide to many innovative therapeutic techniques that have come to be known as constructive therapies.Written by leading theoreticians and clinicians, this extraordinary compAndium represents a variety of contemporary therapeutic schools?including solution-focused, narrative, collaborative language systems, reflecting team, interactional, and neo-Ericksonian?that all share an optimistic view of people as resourceful individuals who, for better or worse, construct their own psychological realities. These approaches emphasize respectful collaboration and focus on the strengths and resources of the client. Constructive therapies look more to where people want to go rather than to where they have been.This ground-breaking book is designed to be a user's guide for both the seasoned professional and beginning practitioner. The Handbook of Constructive Therapies reveals how clinicians can have a fuller appreciation of the powers of language and imagination and shows how to incorporate the qualities of caring, collaboration, and respect for a client's abilities. The twenty-two original chapters and extensive introduction are filled with creative concepts, specific techniques, and illustrative case examples that will help clinicians develop the skills they need to use these results-oriented therapies within their own practice. The authors show how to apply these approaches with a wide range of individuals and families including such difficult clients as violent men, troubled children, couples in conflict, people with eating disorders, victims of abuse, and others with severe and persistent problems. These timely innovations are user friAndly and well-suited to meet the demands for greater efficiency and accountability required in today's health care environment.The Handbook for Constructive Therapies is an invaluable aid for all clinicians who want to integrate their own insights and experiences

Practical Magic

Author : Stephen Lankton
ISBN : 1904424112
Genre : Psychology
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First published in 1980, this book is still considered the basic primer for understanding NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming). The author demonstrates all the basic techniques for change and relates these to other established schools of psychotherapy. The result is a fortunate marriage of theory and practice. Covers a wide range of topics some in depth, some only a tantalizing glimpse of possibilities which therapists dream of succeeding at. The outcome is a happy event which any therapist, novice or veteran, will find useful. From the original foreword...'This book that you are holding constitutes an important part of my integration of several contemporary psychotherapies with the orientation taught me by Milton H. Erickson and the modeling principles used by Richard Bandler and John Grinder in their work which subsequently led to their development of Neuro-Linguistic programming. This book constitutes an important piece of my understanding of psychological level communication and its use in therapy.'

Crisis Intervention

Author : Lennis G. Echterling
ISBN : 0130908975
Genre : Education
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Core text for crisis intervention courses in Counseling, Social Work, and Clinical Psychology. Here is how some reviewers have described the text. This text presents a compelling argument that victims of crisis and trauma can recover and grow into strong and healthy survivors. The text's emphasis on resilience is an important next step in the evolution of this helping technique. Its detailed explanation of the techniques that utilize the strength of survivors is valuable for neophytes and experienced helpers alike. The exercises and discussion questions presented move it from a theory based text into a valuable tool for skill development. This text is a very valuable addition to the literature on crisis intervention. Thomas W. Rueth, Universityof Dayton The writing is excellent and well thought out. The ideas are presented clearly, the stories used in each chapter are excellent, and the authors do an excellent job integrating their stories with the content of each chapter. Chris McCarthy, Universityof Texasat Austin Crisis Intervention stands out as a cutting edge text among books on crisis intervention. and current. Clearly, the art and science of crisis intervention is conveyed through the use of research, story, literature exemplars, activities, and practical approaches. Nicholas Mazza, FloridaStateUniversity

Expanding Therapeutic Possiblilities

Author : Steven Friedman
ISBN : UOM:39015026891559
Genre : Medical
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Central Themes And Principles Of Ericksonian Therapy

Author : Stephen R. Lankton
ISBN : UOM:39015012556562
Genre : Psychology
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