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Author Goldstein, William N.

Title A primer for beginning psychotherapy / William N. Goldstein
Edition Second edition
Published New York : Taylor & Francis, 2001

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 W'PONDS  616.8914 Gol/Pfb 2001  AVAILABLE
 MELB  616.8914 Gol/Pfb 2001  AVAILABLE
Description xiv, 131 pages ; 23 cm
Contents 1. The Patients -- 2. The Therapists -- 3. The Psychotherapy -- 4. Larger Issues Regarding Psychotherapy -- 5. The Office Setting -- 6. The Initial Interview -- 7. Arrangements -- 8. Transference and the Therapeutic Alliance -- 9. Basic Strategy -- 10. Therapeutic Interventions -- 11. Interventions Regarding Anxiety and Defense -- 12. Special Issues and Problems -- 13. Phases, Trends, and Termination -- 14. Contemporary Schools of Thought
Summary "Designed especially for students and mental health professionals in the early stages of their careers, this primer is a practical guide to psychotherapy. Short and concise, it addresses virtually all questions that a neophyte therapist might have. The author presents the basics in a clear and succinct way, with special emphasis on techniques and clinical examples." "The second edition of A Primer for Beginning Psychotherapy employs the same convenient question-and-answer format used in the first edition, while expanding the range of topics. For this edition, Dr. Goldstein has included a section on the predominant contemporary schools of thought. The book offers a wealth of information that will prove of great value to both the novice and the experienced professional."--BOOK JACKET
Notes Includes bibliographical references (p. 123-126) and index
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Mental health counseling.
Psychotherapist and patient.
Interviewing in psychiatry.
Psychotherapy.
LC no. 00046675
ISBN 1583910743 alkaline paper