Storr's Art of Psychotherapy

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September 2012



Sensitively updated and revised for modern practice, Anthony Storr's legendary work continues to be an indispensible introductory text for aspiring psychotherapists.Professor Jeremy Holmes, a friend and colleague of Anthony Storr's and himself a leading psychotherapist, has updated this accessible and humane account of the practice of psychotherapy to include:*integrative psychotherapeutic approaches *revised classification of personality types *new sections on selection and assessment*consideration of evidence-based psychodynamic practice *broadened appeal to the full range of mental health professionalsRetaining Anthony Storr's wisdom, vision and classic approach, whilst bringing the text totally up to date, this will be a cornerstone volume for beginner and experienced psychotherapist alike. It will also appeal to psychiatrists, clinical psychologists, nurses, social workers, counsellors and other mental health professionals.


The setting The initial interview Getting going: overcoming initial resistance Making progress Interpretation Dreams, daydreams and creativity The nature of the therapeutic relationship: boundaried intimacy Transference and counter-transference Diagnosis and psychodynamic formulation Depression Anxiety Patterns of personality The science of psychotherapy The end of therapy The life and work of a psychotherapist Epilogue: Beyond therapy


Professor Jeremy Holmes, BA, MA, MB B Ch; FRCPsych; MRCP; MD; BPC, Co-lead psychoanalytic stream University of Exeter Masters programme in psychological therapies & Psychodynamic Professional Qualification course 2002-2009; Writing; Lecturing nationally and internationally; part-time private psychotherapy practice. The late Anthony Storr
EAN: 9781444144109
ISBN: 1444144103
Untertitel: 3rd edition. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: Taylor & Francis Ltd.
Erscheinungsdatum: September 2012
Seitenanzahl: 145 Seiten
Format: kartoniert
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