The Heart of Healing. Relationships in Therapy

  • ID: 2217708
  • Book
  • 314 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Drawing on cross–cultural and interdisciplinary empirical research and numerous revealing case studies, the authors present a variety of innovative models for understanding and fostering relationships with clients that engAnder constructive change. They describe the conceptual building blocks of a healing encounter?including authentic engagement, projected images, and interactional patterns?and show how each of these can promote or impede a healthy and effective relationship.
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Part One: Understanding Healing Relationships

1. Paradoxes in Therapy

2. Personal and Therapeutic Relationships

3. Relationships in the Life of the Therapist

4. Diversity and Multiculturalism

Part Two: Conceptual Puzzles

5. Maps of Relationships

6. Being Authentic

7. Impress Me, Influence Me

8. Ghosts in the Room

9. Black Holes and the Patterns That Connect

Part Three: Clinical Challenges

10. The Nature of Healing in Relationships

11. Using the Relationship Advantageously

12. When Therapeutic Relationships Don′t Work

13. The Future of Relationships in Therapy
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Jeffrey A. Kottler
Thomas L. Sexton
Susan C. Whiston
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