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 is Professor of Counseling and Educational Psychology at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, and author of numerous books, including On Being a Therapist (Jossey–Bass, 1986), The Compleat Therapist (Jossey–Bass, 1991), and Beyond Blame (Jossey–Bass 1993). THOMAS L. SEXTON is Associate Professor of Counseling and Educational Psychology at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. SUSAN C. WHISTON is Associate Professor of Counseling and Educational Psychology, University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
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