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Breakthroughs and Integration in Psychotherapy

  • ID: 2246847
  • Book
  • April 1992
  • 270 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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This collection of Rowan′s papers draws together in one volume his ideas and observations on a variety of theoretical and practical aspects of humanistic and transpersonal psychotherapy. Throughout the text, the author has placed an emphasis on the social context within which all takes place.
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Part I Setting the scene.

Chapter 1 A late developer.

Part II Humanistic psychology.

Chapter 2 Is the human potential movement narcissistic?

Chapter 3 On being irrational.

Chapter 4 Hegel and self–actualisation.

Chapter 5 Nine humanistic heresies.

Chapter 6 Two humanistic psychologies or one?

Chapter 7 The self: One or many.

Part III Humanistic psychotherapy.

Chapter 8 The concept of a breakthrough.

Chapter 9 Humanistic psychotherapy and psychoanalysis.

Chapter 10 Against feelings.

Chapter 11 Siding with the client (abridged version).

Chapter 12 Counselling and the psychology of furniture.

Chapter 13 Hypnotherapy and the humanistic.

Chapter 14 Early traumas: A dialectical approach.

Chapter 15 Integrative encounter.

Part IV Transperonal psychothrapy.

Chapter 16 The real self and mystical experiences.

Chapter 17 Holistic listening.

Chapter 18 Medication and therapy: A quadrant approach.

Chapter 19 A growth episode.

Chapter 20 Spiritual aspects of primal integration.

Chapter 21 Four hills of vision: Working on men′s consciousness in groups.

Chapter 22 The downward path to wholeness in transpersonal psychotherapy.


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John Rowan
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