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Author Geiger, Peter

Title Intentional Intervention in Counseling and Therapy : Goals and process in client engagement
Published Milton : Taylor and Francis, 2017


Description 1 online resource (247 pages)
Contents Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; Acknowledgements; Preface : The adroit clinician, neuroscience and the dialectic between goals and process; Prologue : Two theses in theory implementation cognition and discourse in evidence, practice and outcome; PART I PHENOMENOLOGY OF CLINICAL DECISION MAKING; 1 Theory : Observation and construction evolutionary aggregation and the developmental metamodel; 2 Evidence : Physiological operationalization Empathy countertransference and practice-based evidence
3 Relationship : Mirroring and evolutionary theory the difference between counseling and therapy4 Conceptualization : Client personality development and second-order change signal of the dialectic; 5 Treatment : Pathology, adaptation, transference and transition the environmental call to let go; PART II THE THERAPIST-SELF; 6 Synthesis : Obviating the client's dilemma therapeutic communication the clinician's cardinal Archetypes; PART III PHENOMENOLOGY OF CLINICIAN DEVELOPMENT
7 Transition : From good intentions to intentionality the beginning clinician and the Feeling-Sensing Style8 Empathy : Developing clinician emotional intelligence the Einf├╝hlung group; 9 Congruence : Client negative affect and the low experiencing clinician neurobiology of upholding the dilemma; 10 Unconditional positive regard : Clinician susceptibility to client disavowal projective identification and the countertransference group; 11 Intentionality : Flow and the Good Therapist the final letting go of neediness
Epilogue : Working hypothesis for intentional intervention implications for the education of cliniciansAppendix: What Is Your Preferred Style of Helping?; Glossary; Author Index; Subject Index
Summary "Intentional Intervention in Counseling and Therapy answers three questions: what heals in counseling and therapy and how? What actions in clinical decision making ensure an optimal outcome for the client? And why are some clinicians more successful than others, apparently remaining so over time? Incorporating citations across multiple disciplines, referencing authorities in both CBT and psychodynamic models, and interwoven with composite case material and session transcripts, this book unmasks the dialectic between goals and process in clinical work."--Provided by publisher
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Subject Brief psychotherapy -- Methodology
Counseling -- Methodology
Psychotherapy -- Methodology.
Psychotherapist and patient.
PSYCHOLOGY -- Psychotherapy -- General.
PSYCHOLOGY -- Movements -- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Counseling -- Methodology
Psychotherapist and patient
Psychotherapy -- Methodology
Form Electronic book
ISBN 9781351785310